The U.S. lags behind other wealthy nations when it comes to high school completion.
Not an Ivy League School.
A conversation with former Obama administration economist Jesse Rothstein.
The Washington, D.C., region is tremendously diverse. But many of its schools are not.
The state could use the Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling in its tussle with the feds over the Common Core standards.
A study over decades of young Baltimoreans offers insight into who succeeds and why.
No city sends students to American universities quite like Seoul, South Korea.
Is Common Core a curriculum, or just a set of aspirations? The answer has legal ramifications.
Public school enrollment is growing more diverse, but that doesn’t mean public schools are.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sent letters to 10 of the country's largest universities urging them to publish their contracts.
Some families are shying away from loans and taking steps to reduce costs, according to a survey from Sallie Mae.
New York plaintiffs say protections for public school teachers interfere with children's right to a basic education.
A new study finds that as top earners account for more consumption, the industries where they spend money become more unequal.
Black children are twice as likely as the average child to live with only one parent. American Indian children are half as likely to have health care.
That's twice the share of the global population actually living there.
In credit ratings for colleges and universities, the downgrades far outnumber the upgrades.
It isn't easy to be a disadvantaged high school student anywhere, but the U.S. education system appears to be particularly unkind to its less privileged youth.
A new study finds a black man needs more education to have the same chances of landing a job as a white man.
Choosing a school is not like choosing a mate
A new paper argues the consequences of student debt for the economy as a whole may be overstated.