Scores of highly qualified students are failing to secure spots at the Golden State’s public universities.
Most people are horrified by the mere memory of their preteen years. That might be in part because they weren’t reading the right stuff.
The protesters are getting pushback.
A couple weeks ago, I published “The Illiberal Demands of the Amherst Uprising,” a look at the demands…
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Greg Lukianoff’s free speech outfit, recently flagged a small but significant story out…
Yes, according to a reader and educator who went to Harvard graduate school: There’s obviously much wrong…
Non-Asian students are increasingly spending their Saturdays immersed in China’s language and culture.
Why one journalist wanted to grade Finland’s schools
In a remote Montana town, a quest to help students break the cycle of poverty
A bipartisan agreement to replace George W. Bush’s signature No Child Left Behind law could pass next month.
One of our new colleagues, Andrew McGill, takes stock of the increased college enrollment among American Africans (who constitute 13…
Bored with the standard grammar exercises, a teacher in Portugal got creative, creating crimes for students to solve.
A Denver-based teacher tapped an increasingly popular method to get his high-schoolers invested in their AP Geography classwork.
Strayer University and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have partnered to cover the costs of attendance for all car-dealership employees and their immediate family members. But who will benefit the most?
For schools that can afford it, a backyard garden provides community benefits and a new take on learning.
Dozens of schools around the U.S. are opting to ditch the traditional school structure altogether to motivate teens in new ways—and it seems to be working.
Throughout history, protests spearheaded by teens have helped facilitate change, too.
Minority college enrollment has skyrocketed, but the black share of the student bodies at top research schools has barely budged in 20 years.
A reader writes: My daughter went to Paly (where she was a student during that horrible 2009…