Today's schools are focusing on boosting kids’ technological proficiency and warning them about the perils of the web. But something critical is missing from this education.
Recent student controversies at Princeton and Harvard demonstrate the difficulty of reconciling accusations of racism on campus and the freedom of speech.
Advocates are on a quest to improve the quality of life in Haiti through legal education.
Aging manuscripts share the building with makerspaces.
What it's actually like to pay your way through college as a barista.
With the cost of advanced degrees on the rise, master's and Ph.D. candidates who work for their universities are organizing for better compensation.
One word problem from a Singaporean school exam briefly became the talk of the Internet last weekend.
Public discourse shouldn't focus on what immigrants "take" from America but rather on how they enhance the learning experiences for all the country's children.
In New Hampshire, work experience plus academic skills equals course credit.
What it takes to get from the desert to college
The university's decision to offer free rides to students whose annual household incomes are less than $125,000 says a lot about the financial barriers to higher education in the U.S.
The movement to opt out of nationwide exams is gaining traction—and forcing policymakers to rethink the role of such assessments in public education.
A new congressional compromise would remove many of the unpopular law's more onerous provisions but would still rely on frequent testing.
In a system comparable to that in the U.S., rich whites tend to get top spots while the other 5 million students attend for-profit colleges. Now, the government is trying to change things.
Though he believed vocational education was key to empowerment, the former slave's writings offer a reminder that subjects like literature and philosophy are still integral to social mobility.
A new study looks at whether or not a college degree can chip away at income disparities.
Colleges are using new, often bizarre, promotional tactics to boost attendance at unpopular sports events. Now, men’s teams—and even the pros—are resorting to incentives to lure fans.
From ID-card swipes to online discussion forums, administrations are increasingly tracking digital footprints.
If Sabrina Erdely set out to find a story that was emblematic of rape on college campuses, why did she focus on an allegation that would've been unrepresentative even if true?
How a research team at the University of Michigan uses online role-playing to educate and engage the minds of Midwestern schoolchildren
And that may not be such a bad thing after all.