From West Virginia to Los Angeles, educators are ushering in a new era of labor activism.
A strong student-teacher relationship can help put a dent in school suspensions, according to a new study.
From Lauryn Hill to Cameron Post to Tara Westover, 2018 repeatedly asked the question, What does it mean to teach a person to surrender?
States passed a flurry of gun-control measures in 2018, but the future of the push for greater regulation is tied to the much larger political drama playing out in America.
Parents of students who are “harder to educate” may have a hard time getting schools to reply to their emails about how to apply.
Americans love to see “miracle students.” T.M. Landry College Preparatory School seems to have capitalized on that.
The administration wants to keep schools safe by ditching rules meant to prevent racial bias in school discipline.
The Board of Governors rejected UNC Chapel Hill’s plan to build a $5.3 million building for the Confederate statue, setting the stage for a renewed battle in March.
Behavioral economics upended the idea that humans act solely in their rational self-interest. So why do most undergrads barely learn anything about the field?
Wisconsin built a public higher-education system that was admired around the world. But it may not withstand a tech-hungry economy.
Many of these schools are improving, but the persistent stigma against them contributes to segregation.
A mailer sent to low-income students with that promise led to a major jump in enrollment at the University of Michigan, according to a new study.
Unfortunately, they may not be able to do much.
One veteran Mississippi teacher is forgoing textbooks for the local archives.
The move could signal a shift in the long, contentious relationship between teachers’ unions and these privately run schools.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has announced its recommendation that the school build a new, $5.3 million building to house the Confederate monument.
Schools claim it’s disruptive for parents to eat in the cafeteria. But parents crave the quality time, and some say it’s a good thing for them to be involved with their kids’ place of learning.
Students across the U.S. share their school’s version of that place—the one where everyone just winds up late at night, for better or worse.
A new federal complaint with a unique argument accuses the state of Rhode Island of failing to provide students with the skills they need to participate effectively in a democracy.
Ph.D. candidates suffer from anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideation at astonishingly high rates.
A prom photo has sparked a fresh round of debate over students’ First Amendment rights.