Colleges are adjusting to increasing contact with adults who are more ingrained in their children’s lives than ever.
Advocates for students with disabilities argue the decision could help millions of children.
What happened at Middlebury last week marks a shift in campus activism.
Parishes staved off closures by participating in a school-choice program, but that also resulted in fewer donations to the church.
The Supreme Court is poised to decide the quality of instruction public schools must provide students with disabilities—a question that could get even thornier under the Trump administration.
Experts predict greater access to school vouchers, challenges to teacher-tenure laws, and continued fights over funding.
Despite an array of calculating tools, comparing financial-aid packages is still an incredibly dense and circular process.
Last week, this photograph of a college football player sitting at a school cafeteria table with a middle-school student with…
Lessons from the viral photo of a college football player eating lunch with a young boy who has autism
Schools are exploring new ways to teach children the rules of informal interactions.
Why do so many people continue to pursue doctorates?
Amid spiraling tuition costs and a growing reliance on part-time faculty, athletic departments pay them millions of dollars a year.
New software better connects parents with what’s happening in their children’s classrooms—but it can also lead to heightened surveillance and less risk-taking.
Dismissing faculty members who are perceived as harmful to a university’s public image is a growing trend—and many educators and activists are wary.
The move could end up saving the district from financial collapse—or hurting kids’ education.
Fundraising efforts often give their kids an academic edge.
More than half of community-college students struggle with food insecurity.
One company is changing the way research papers are being shared, but some professors worry about trusting the for-profit website.