A panel appointed by the Republican state legislature takes aim at research and advocacy for the poor.
Researchers have found a way to break down the barriers white people don't even know they have
After years of expanding interest in the program, applications from prospective teachers declined by 12 percent last year.
Use of so-called income-driven plans could cost $22 billion more than the government expected, raising concerns about the sustainability of a cornerstone of the Obama administration's education policy.
It's one of the most efficient places to put our money.
How the rise in juvenile detention disproportionately affected black teens.
For one, he wants to strip away tax benefits of 529 savings plans.
Improving public education isn't as simple as throwing money at the problem -- but money does help.
The legislation would devolve more authority to state officials, who could decide to go their separate ways.
It's an age old question, but with new evidence.
Books, transportation and housing costs could easily run a student a few thousand dollars a semester. None of which is covered by Obama's plan.
Seniors in high school are wasting their time applying to dozens of selective colleges. Playing the odds will save you some work.
The Common Core standards divide Jeb Bush from the rest of the likely Republican field.
Students who come from disadvantaged families might benefit from attending a more exclusive school, but others typically do not.
While colleges have moved away from credit card agreements, they have inked more deals to market debit and prepaid cards that are not subject to the restrictions of the CARD Act.
A majority of them underestimate their student loan burdens by a significant amount.
The measure, championed by Senate Democrats, would cut Pell Grants in order to free up money to pay companies that collect student loans on behalf of the Department of Education.
Requiring colleges to notify police about rapes could discourage victims from reporting abusers to campus authorities.
Colleges have added too many unnecessary degree requirements and remedial courses that keep students in school for much longer than needed, according to a new report.
A new study offers a different take on the "trailing spouse," namely women who move to accommodate their husband's career.