The European country managed to raise test scores while reducing educational inequality. But with the dramatic influx of migrants, will its success last?
In a new ranking system, some of the nation’s most storied schools underperform.
Under a new proposal, the federal higher-education aid will be given to teens participating in early-college programs.
Efforts to teach ELL students in their native languages are gaining traction—and they’re benefitting native English speakers, too.
Addressing the global crisis in girls’ education requires not just investment, but challenging cultural beliefs and practices.
From zombie monkeys to phantom anatomy professors, these stories play an important role, in spirit.
What’s new and interesting about the Koch brothers’ approach to funding academics
Several state programs take a pointed approach to ensuring all students have access to high-quality educators.
The defunct, bankrupt for-profit college recently lost a federal restitution lawsuit. Will the students ever see their debt relieved?
African Americans who graduated from majority-minority colleges feel more professionally and personally fulfilled than their peers who attended predominantly white schools.
Resource-officer programs that unfairly blur the lines between routine classroom discipline and law enforcement are in need of some essential reforms.
The college-admissions test is being restructured as an extension of the controversial public-school reading and writing standards.
An abridged history of the misleading connection between classroom opportunity and economic mobility
In colleges around the country, most students are also workers.
The federal government’s changes to the document give students, especially low-income ones, something they desperately need: time.
A search for the meaning behind the rampant assessments in America’s schools
Black students in the Palmetto State are more likely to be punished and more likely to be subject to corporal punishment, which remains legal there.
The Justice Department has opened a civil-rights investigation into an encounter between a white high-school resource officer and an African American female student.
Nearly one in four U.S. public-school children speak a language other than English at home. What’s the best way to accommodate ELL students in the classroom?
“Learning is about so much more than just filling in the right bubble.”