The change may be the biggest help to low-income students of color, who are disproportionately likely to have been convicted of a crime.
The former secretary of education talks about the “lies” he thinks undergird the U.S.’s school system, and the unintended consequences that can come with attempts to reform it.
The author of Lies My Teacher Told Me discusses how schools’ flawed approach to teaching the country’s past affects its civic health.
Proposals to institute a random-selection process have reemerged in response to a lawsuit alleging that Harvard penalizes Asian American applicants.
The decline of Catholic schools is making independent education less accessible to middle- and lower-class students.
The retailer’s new back-to-school discount says a lot about the state of education funding in the United States.
Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s latest nominee for the bench, graduated from a Catholic high school. So did four of the current Justices.
A federal judge has concluded that the Constitution doesn't require schools to promote students’ literacy.
Critics say the country’s higher-education institutions should focus on ensuring more Americans get four-year degrees, but college presidents highlight the benefits of global diversity on campus.
Women place a premium on knowing the details of their loved ones’ lives, which can make their relationships as fraught as they are gratifying.
A lot of people contend that American men are in crisis. But which men? And what is the nature of that crisis?
The city still has not healed from the events of last August.
New revelations from a lawsuit against the university capture the difficulty of comparing thousands upon thousands of talented teenagers.
A new study reveals the extent to which children’s geographic surroundings contribute to gender disparities in schools.
The College Board recently announced that it will no longer test students on the thousands of years that predated European colonialism.
The education secretary told senators that the group isn’t tasked with studying the role of firearms in campus violence.
… and what it says about gun violence in America today
Despite several White House events related to campus massacres this week, the president and his team did little to assure Americans that there are serious policy changes under way.
In the past decade, new parents have fallen for vowels.
The Big Island’s residents are reacting to Kilauea’s latest eruption with a combination of grief and reverence.