Sixth in a series on schools that provide opportunities for all children to succeed. This is about a high school in New York and what makes it tick.
A look at Antwan Wilson’s record in Oakland and Denver shows that the schools leader has faced opposition to his big changes.
A coalition of people who say they were defrauded by for-profit colleges is urging the Obama administration to cancel their debt before Donald Trump takes office.
Lotteries for selective programs leave millions of American students picking their futures out of a hat.
Jay Gallagher ended his life three weeks after a friend told the counselor he was suicidal, the suit says.
Why people challenge books — and why they should not be banned.
Virginia school board has assembled a committee to decide how to proceed after books were pulled from classrooms and libraries because they contain racial slurs.
The liberal arts school in Massachusetts had removed the flag following Trump's election amid protests.
More than 70 sign a statement pledging to continue to educate a vulnerable student population.
Schoolchildren aim to counter the things they hear about Muslims, African Americans, Latinos, Asians and girls: “I’m not a thief.” “I’m not a terrorist.”
Universities are not allowed to engage in campaign activities, but a student at Georgetown Law argues that he and other students were unfairly prevented from partisan political speech at school
Like other universities, the Ivy League school is debating whether renaming buildings is long-overdue or an attempt to erase history.
The new procedure will start Jan. 1.
President-elect Trump picked the senator from Alabama to be his attorney general. Now, special education advocates are concerned.
The couple received the death sentence in 1953 for aiding the Soviet Union.
A Facebook post asking people to stop celebrating the death of the Ohio State attacker and referencing the Black Lives Matter movement sparked outrage.
Wes Bellamy also has been placed on administrative leave from his job as a high school computer science teacher.
One professor who landed on the list explains why his teaching values are misunderstood.
Nearly a half-million people are borrowing $5 billion a year to pursue advanced degrees from for-profit colleges and universities, even as the industry is reeling from investigations.
The assertion marks the first time the FBI has said publicly that terrorist influences might have sparked the attack in Columbus that wounded 11 people.