Parents, however, enjoy believing their young ones are developing literary skills.
Apprenticeship programs have the potential to help young men get better jobs and develop relationship abilities.
No more diagramming sentences: Students learn more from simply writing and reading.
A mother describes the genesis of her "perfect score project."
The results were mixed.
A new website offers data on tuition, fees, and potential earnings from the state's public universities.
How teachers can move beyond statements like, “She is a consistently respectful student.”
The deeper significance of Jeff Spicoli
Across the nation, people have different questions they ask when meeting someone new. There are hidden meanings in all of them -- including a popular one about schooling.
Do frats create future leaders, or simply attract them?
The standards don't allow enough flexibility for students who learn differently.
Why a publication's cost-cutting decision matters in higher ed
The beloved film's portrayal of studying literature is both misleading and deeply seductive.
And how teachers can respond
"When people see companies like Google and Facebook being founded by relatively young people, they feel empowered and think: I can do that."
Susan Patton's argument that college women should be looking for husbands doesn't square with the reality of today's marriages.
On a recent survey, just 74 percent of Americans said that the Earth revolves around the sun.
In fact, children taking the drugs are in some cases more likely to drop out of school, according to a new review of existing research.