The hundreds of thousands of doctors, lawyers, teachers and social workers on track for a form of student loan forgiveness will not be affected by President Trump's proposal to get rid of the benefit.

A lawsuit alleges the state has violated the terms of its readmission to the Union in 1870.

Trump official calls for a transformation of U.S. schooling and compares defenders of the current system to “flat-earthers.”

The bill requires public school students to use bathrooms corresponding to their biological sex, similar to a bill that drew controversy in North Carolina.

The Education Department and the IRS recently shut down the online tool.

Reston-based Revature puts a new spin on the apprenticeship model.

What's the difference between charter schools and vouchers? Vouchers and tax credits? Tax credits and education savings accounts? What is school choice anyway? Here's a primer.

Students learn about agriculture and landscaping in school’s workforce program

The teachers won't be returning next year, the school district said.

A look at prominent national high school rankings.

The protest was quiet and did not disrupt the event.

Parents say they want high-achieving schools with strong academic programs.

The tradition goes back to 12th century Europe.

J.E.B. Stuart High School in Fairfax County, Va., is home to a diverse student body.

The Education Department will select one company to collect student debt payments on its behalf, rather than the nine contractors that currently handle the government's $1.2 trillion portfolio of education loans.

Nancy Shay has “a keen sense of who people are and what drives them and how to reach them,” her principal says.

Stephanie Mui, 17, is the youngest graduate this weekend at George Mason University

Rich neighborhood schools give way to ambitious charters, including the controversial BASIS.

D.C. Council’s education committee looks to offset concerns by increasing the budget

Prince George’s County schools will remain in session until June 13, two days longer than planned.

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