Research in England pinpoints the very day parents get fed up.
Many Democrats support the administration plan. Republicans are critical.
The Warrior-Scholar Project helps ease enlisted veterans’ transition to life in college.
Duncan, Lynch visit Maryland prison to promote Pell-grant-backed higher education program for prisoners.
The Teach for America alumnus was raising money for affordable housing when he was hit on a road in Oklahoma.
An advocate writes that colleges aren't doing enough and more legislation is needed to help better protect students from sexual assault on campus
Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Attorney General Loretta Lynch plan to discuss the experiment Friday at a Maryland state prison.
Conservatives had blasted the 2014 AP U.S. History course framework as essentially being unpatriotic and presenting American history in a negatively biased light. After a year of defending the framework, the College Board just changed it.
A new task force will explore ways to move public and charter schools beyond a system based on seat time.
Quincy Jamal Holmes, 10, and his brother, Desmond, 9, attended elementary school in Loudoun County.
College-bound students wonder: Do they have to take the essay portion of exams even if it is labeled 'optional'?
Under fire from conservatives, changes are made to AP U.S. History framework.
To test driverless cars, hoping to reduce all the fatal crashes each year, the University of Michigan builds an entire robotic city.
Federal officials plan significant announcement about financial aid on Friday at a Maryland state prison.
Home-schooling policies vary widely across the nation, but just 13 states and D.C. require qualifications.
Community colleges are trying to reduce reliance on remedial courses to increase chances for student success.
'Successful democracy cannot exist unless citizens ask questions and think critically.'
Selectivity. Wealth. Research. The qualities that usually mean a high ranking didn't necessarily land colleges high on Money magazine's list.
The school will be American, the teachers will be American, but the students will be Chinese.
Three U-Va. graduates allege that the Rolling Stone article, now discredited, made it possible for people to think that they were the purported attackers in a gang rape.