(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama is announcing $100 million in grants to help better prepare high school students to compete in the global economy.
The White House says the Youth CareerConnect program will help schools train students for in-demand industries, including science, technology, engineering and math.
Though teacher evaluation is on the rise, teachers reps say there is still a need for more resources on how to improve instruction
Over a life-sized game of chutes and ladders, parents talked to members of Congress about the need for early childhood education on Wednesday
Since the recession, 34 out of 48 states have provided less funding to schools.
Correction appended at 9:24 a.m., Sept. 11, 2013
The drill is well known: A student brings a gun to school and suffers the consequences through detention, suspension, or expulsion. It’s the price children and teens in the …
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed suit Saturday against “Trump University,” the professional development program bearing the New York real estate mogul Donald Trump’s name, seeking $40 million in damages for …
Government will look to peg financial aid rewards to value
A wave of federal sexual harassment complaints filed by college students nationwide this year has highlighted the inadequacy of university-level resources for dealing with sexual violence.
Students across the country can exhale—for a few years, at least.
The Obama Administration wants a broader definition of sexual harassment to encourage more incident reporting
Over 7 million college students will see their subsidized student-loan rates double on July 1 if Congress can’t reach a compromise to avert the hike. In the meantime, House Republicans — having acted first this time — are …
As another student-loan showdown gets underway, Republicans may be in better position to win the political skirmish.
The Democratic candidates for mayor in New York threaten to return the city to the horrors of the David Dinkins era.