The top three on the top 10 list — eclipsing MIT and Stanford — are schools specializing in pharmacy and health sciences. The only two public schools to make that top 10 list are maritime academies.

The infusion of funds is unusual because it will come without restrictions, unlike most major donations, which typically arrive with detailed agreements stipulating how the money may be used.

The teacher is in Minnesota and wanted to make clear what his focus was to parents.


A veteran teacher addresses the problem of teacher autonomy.

Andrew Maraniss has written a new nonfiction book for young adults, “Games of Deception: The True Story of the First U.S. Olympic Basketball Team at the 1936 Olympics in Hitler’s Germany."

The move arrives weeks after documents showed the Education Department provided federal loans and grants to students at the Illinois Institute of Art and the Art Institute of Colorado even though officials knew the for-profit colleges were not accredited and ineligible to receive such aid.

It’s long been known that teachers spend a lot of their own money on supplies. But the problem is worse than that.

Teachers in their own voices describe the depth of need in their classrooms.

With the Amazon project and others in mind, Gov. Ralph Northam announces plan to grow tech-oriented education at public universities.

The case is likely to go to court, which would be the first such lawsuit of its kind.

Senate Democrats are urging the chamber to move on legislation to provide $255 million to the schools, but Education Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander refuses to extend the funding unless it is addressed in a broader legislative package.

Students are rallying to demand that the university do more to keep people safe, while the university invites students for a discussion with administrators.

The facts.

Educator Leslie T. Fenwick asks, "Do Americans really understand immigration and its associated issues beyond the fictional lore of a melting pot nation?"

The I Promise team realized kids can't learn if they don't have stable housing.

The federal agency says it had already stopped collecting student loan payments in compliance with a court order before the judge slapped on the fine.

Rep. Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (D-Va.), the chairman of the House Education Committee, is threatening to subpoena the education secretary to testify about the nearly 200,000 outstanding applications for student debt relief.

Results from the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress — the nation's “report card” — are out.

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