Outsourcing menial tasks to machines can seem liberating, but it may be robbing a whole generation of certain basic mental abilities.
When public school employees fudge scores, kids may miss out on qualifying for services that could help them make legitimate academic gains.
At a time when many of healthcare's greatest challenges are business problems, more and more doctors are adding three extra letters after their names.
For students of color, pursuing higher education is often impossible without taking out larger-than-average loans along the way.
Physical movement improves mental focus, memory, and cognitive flexibility; new research shows just how critical it is to academic performance.
On September 25, 1957, federal troops escorted black students into Central High School in the Arkansas capital. But school integration remains an unfinished task.
Throughout the developing world, young women don't always make it safely to the schoolhouse door, much less get a decent education inside. The Clinton Foundation is hoping to change that.
Ivy League academics, university presidents, and a Silicon Valley pioneer reveal their undergrad regrets.
The former actor and writer for The Office has found a mischievous way to entertain preschoolers through the written word alone.
Over the past 150 years, teaching and medicine have grown less and less alike.
California State University's recent decision to strip InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapters of their school affiliation undermines its ability to teach pluralism.
Educators have become the de facto enforcers of everything from nutrition standards to vaccinations and annual exams. But according to a recent poll, parents seem less than satisfied by the results.
The popular website Seeking Arrangement sets up "mutually beneficial relationships" between wealthy older men and young female students. What the site doesn’t talk about is sex.
New research shows that girls are ahead in every subject, including math and science. Do today's grading methods skew in their favor?
Leading industry talents are creating new comic books for the classroom, aligning them with the Common Core.
According to a new poll, the public is increasingly in favor of more stringent certification standards. But is the federal government prepared to pay for them?
Can architecture alone give a campus an air of Western prestige?
Hollywood parents say not vaccinating makes "instinctive" sense. Now their kids have whooping cough.
Social media can turn an awkward school discussion into an addictive debate.
Can new learning tools get World of Warcraft fans excited about math? Education technology companies are banking on it.