Some children commute from Mexico to the U.S. on a daily basis, a process that Donald Trump’s candidacy complicates.
A new study explores how children develop a preference for equality and fairness—research that seems relevant as America prepares to elect its next president.
With access to predictive analytics and more data than ever before, how can universities avoid invading students’ privacy while promoting academic success?
Campus museums are home to prodigious exhibits and installations that blur the line between academics and civics.
A new study shows that the competition to get into selective-enrollment schools may not be worth it.
Tensions between liberal and conservative students have escalated as a result of the election.
Assuming college is always the best option turns career-minded students away from true learning.
Portraits and interviews with native Canadians abused within the government’s Indian Residential School system
The region's individualist ethos and unique demographic breakdown have resulted in a lack of early-education investment.
What is lost when disadvantaged students are forced to commodify their backgrounds for the sake of college admissions?
The second lady has made expanding access to higher education a priority in recent years.
In a rush to adopt popular early-education programs, policymakers have not always evaluated what actually works for children.
Educators design lots of lessons and other learning resources, and increasingly they’re being shared online—often free of cost and in ways that are too personalized to be universally applicable.
The university has the largest endowment in the United States, but workers said they couldn’t pay basic living expenses.
Thousands of Syrian students’ schooling is on pause, and though many would like to continue their learning in America, immigration policies make that all but impossible.
The answer seems to be tied in large part to the types of graduate schools people attend.
Without access to counseling in high school, many ambitious yet disadvantaged students still end up in schools where they’re most likely to drop out and accrue lots of debt.
Competency-based education allows students to progress through topics as they master them and could help reach underserved populations.
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Demand for mental-health resources has increased, but that doesn’t mean today’s college students are less resilient.