The for-profit college will shutter more than 130 locations in 39 U.S. states following financial sanctions from the Department of Education.
Will the presidential candidate’s longtime interest in early childhood help or hurt in the effort to catch up with the rest of the world?
From infant care to preschool, the presidential candidate offers an exclusive take on her policies on young children.
Six million children are chronically absent, half of whom are enrolled at just 4 percent of the nation’s school districts.
Hillary Clinton’s plan might sound nice, but financial burdens are just one of many hurdles on the path to a degree.
In the final installment of our series, a panel of education experts describes what evaluation and accountability look like in the perfect world.
Sorting kids by age or ability creates problems, according to our panel of education experts.
Lessons from the viral photo of a college football player eating lunch with a young boy who has autism
Jeremy Shuler was reading in two languages at age 2.
A new film explores the influence of think tanks and lobbyists on America’s public colleges and universities.
The seats, space, and stuff that idyllic learning environments are made of
Treating the descendants of the slaves Georgetown sold just like the children of university alumni during the admissions process ignores a financial responsibility.
The idea is to improve kids’ economic knowledge—and it appears to be working.
In a perfect world, education experts would shrink class sizes and children would learn from multiple teachers.
A documentary film-maker was disinvited from an academic conference because an organizer feared she would be subject to ideologically motivated reprisals for hosting him.
Poor kids are finally narrowing the achievement gap with rich kids. Is contraception the cause?
The mogul's presidential candidacy is forcing professors to incorporate fascism into their lessons on American political thought.
Education experts offer their thoughts on how—if at all—schools should assign, grade, and use take-home assignments.
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.