Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan examines the issues at the heart of the charter-school debate.
Education experts weigh in on the content areas children should have mastery over by the time they graduate.
We asked education experts how much time they think kids should spend in class. Here's what they had to say.
At the Richmond Alternative School in Virginia, 97 percent of students are black and 87 percent are poor, and the city just outsourced their education.
California’s public universities are starting to embrace a program that helps transition people from prison to campus.
Colleges in the region are disproportionately losing funding and students.
The inequality at the heart of America’s education system
The global education pioneer eases students into the classroom.
A new report identifies 50 places where schools are geographically adjacent but resourcefully juxtaposed.
Thinking quickly and occasionally abandoning the medical-school script are critical for quality patient care.
In 2013, California passed a law that was widely anticipated to better distribute resources to children in need. Now, critics say it's only making things worse.
According to a new federal ruling, those who work as teaching or research assistants at private universities can now collectively bargain.
The former Homeland Security secretary sits down for a Q&A on women and leadership
Divided by Brexit, the country is nonetheless united in offering universal early education for 3- and 4-year-olds.
A federal judge in Texas has ruled that the Department of Education didn’t follow proper rule-making procedures in sending a letter about bathrooms to schools.
The racial separation that permeates nearly every aspect of life in the Windy City is inexcusable.
Thousands of Central American children made a harrowing journey to the United States. Now they are navigating the arduous process of getting an education.
An American team triumphed at the International Math Olympiad for the second-straight year, despite concerns of student diversity in STEM.
Campus sexual-assault guidelines have changed significantly since the '90s.
The Department of Education is encouraging corporations in high-demand fields to partner with universities.