Home-schooling policies vary widely across the nation.

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.'



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A new task force will explore ways to move public and charter schools beyond the seat-time-based system.

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.

After a University of Cincinnati campus police officer shot an unarmed man at a traffic stop, attention has turned to campus security offices nationwide.

Voters in Jefferson County, Colo., push to recall conservative school board members.

One student said, 'School is like prison where I am in the weird class.' Results of an extensive Justice Department investigation.

School supplies sometimes contain plastics that health advocates are raising warnings about.

Downtime anywhere can be reading time, if there are books around.

An offer teacher Ruby 'couldn't refuse': $80 million guaranteed over six years with incentives -- based on test scores.

After all these years.

Scholars are often dismayed when policymakers pass laws that disregard or misinterpret their research findings.

A Senate panel holds a hearing on measures addressing sexual violence.

A bill in Congress would give law enforcement a more prominent role in campus sexual-assault allegations, and attempt to improve adjudication on campus as well

Cynthia Ambrose, chief academic officer of Horry County Schools in S.C., was recently hired in Loudoun.

When job options are few, better candidates choose teaching, researchers say.

English-language schools based in the United Kingdom are changing their name to avoid being confused with the terror group, and other companies using the moniker are following suit.

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