Contrary to popular perceptions, a new study finds that some measures of teacher happiness have actually improved since the law's implementation.
How could it? America's crisis of affordability and completion isn't about payment schedules. It's about too much private spending and too little public information.
The state is one of a few that have repealed the national curriculum in pursuit of stronger academic standards.
High-school science projects from Mississippi
Why professors, librarians, and politicians are shunning liberal arts in the name of STEM
Female college graduates earn less than their male counterparts.
A study says high-school students can be successful with or without a lot of parental pressure.
California universities have developed a strong model for students who want to move from two- to four-year schools.
It's easy to forget how tiny, arbitrary, everyday decisions can shape a kid's school experience.
"Actually, the children live very well."
Districts are experimenting with longer classroom hours—and surprisingly, students and teachers seem to love it.
Repeating eighth grade can give students time to mature academically and developmentally.
LeVar Burton has started a Kickstarter campaign to revive the program—and it's going pretty well so far.
A new longitudinal study examined how college students slut-shame—and found that the practice is as illogical as it is damaging.
A new report found that many New York City schools in low-income areas don't have teachers for creative fields like dance, music, painting, or sculpture.
A new study shows that African-American college graduates face unemployment rates nearly twice as high as others with the same education.
A new study found that less than half of students took a vegetable from the lunch line and ate some of it.
The movement for "trigger warnings" in college classrooms is part of a troubling trend toward protecting people from their own individual sensitivities.
A new initiative in east Los Angeles hopes to create a culture that will steer students to four-year schools.