KIPP Metro Atlanta asks to lease former Atlanta elementary school, increase enrollment by 1,100 students
In a win for an Atlanta fifth-grader who wants to wear leggings to class, the Atlanta school board c...
The US alt-right is a mishmash of people dissatisfied with the Republican establishment and focused on the prosperity of white people.
Oracle welcomes 550 students of a public charter high school on its Silicon Valley campus in January 2018.
Netflix has reached an agreement to resume production on "House of Cards" Season 6 — the show's final season — in early 2018, according to chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
Glenelg, Atholton, Oakland Mills, Marriotts Ridge, Mt. Hebron among the top wrestling teams heading into 2017-18 season.
Students in Fairfax and Prince William have had to choose between their faith and school.
More than 83 percent of high school students graduated on time in 2016.
The teenager was forced to flee his homeland because of the brutal Syrian civil war and started a school in a refugee camp in Lebanon.
An educator writes about how the teaching profession has changed and invites people who tell teachers that they knew what they signed up for to knock it off.
While Bill Green committed no malfeasance, Gov. Wolf still had the right to strip him of chairmanship of the SRC, a Commonwealth Court judge said.
Two Colorado lawmakers plan to introduce legislation next year aimed at helping schools try to prevent suicides.
Rice University took to Twitter this weekend to promote the value of academic research and science as the Senate passed a tax bill that would tax the private Houston university's
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's schools for deaf and blind students are feeling the effects of the state's teacher shortage. The Arizona Capitol Times reports that more than 200 teachers
North Carolina and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools see the ranks of English language learners swell, even as overall enrollment flattens.
A podcast explores the parts of the U.S. being ignored as the nation tries to ramp up degree completion.
Some Syrian parents are marrying off their young daughters to protect them from the ravages of war, but these girls yearn for an education.
Estimates range from the hundreds of thousands to a million who will leave Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Around the globe, about 815 million people — 11 percent of the world’s population — went hungry in 2016, according to the latest data from the United Nations. This was the first
The VA team goes from one hurricane shelter to another, assisting veterans.
Can Germany's education system meet the needs of hundreds of thousands of refugee children? Some educators say there's a strategy in place. Others say there's not enough support or
Alex Diaz spent eight years in prison for armed robbery. Now, with help from College Bound Dorchester, he's attending college.
With the US State Department's announcement Friday of an end to some of its toughest economic and trade sanctions on Sudan, Abdallah and his fellow Sudanese are looking forward to
About 154,000 people are eligible to renew. As of Thursday morning, many still had not applied — cost, the difficulty in getting legal help and fear of how the government will
A formed employee of SpaceX walks through the step-by-step interview process.
Florida House Republicans have fleshed out a proposal to create a new voucher-like program that would fund private school scholarships for students who have been bullied in public
Elementary schools in Clark and Washoe counties perform at similar levels, but middle schools in Southern Nevada lag behind their northern counterparts, a Review-Journal analysis
In nearly six years on the job, state Superintendent of Education John White has battled two governors, teacher unions and an assortment of angry state lawmakers.
City Park is looking at acquiring 17 acres of land next year — the first acreage to be added to the park in 80 years.
Even if letting educators and parents decide creates approaches we don’t like.
Forty-three U.S. students were awarded the 2018 Marshall Scholarship, the largest class of scholars since 2007, according to the British Embassy. The list provided by the embassy
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's public schools are becoming less white, but black students still lag behind their white peers in reading and math proficiency according to an
ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - Northern State University hopes to raise $45 million for campus projects including a new sports complex, practice fields and a new South Dakota School for the
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - The University of Missouri is setting lofty goals to not only increase enrollment but to help students finish their degrees and find employment after
"Planting the flag." With millennials flocking to Center City, Germantown Friends School opened an early childhood and after-school program on Washington Square this fall to tap
Through many years and many UNLV athletic directors, the athletic department had the luxury of knowing it could be bailed out by the university at the end of the fiscal year. Soon,
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - It would start out as a two-man fishing trip, young Paul George and his dad bound for a lake in Southern California. But as word spread that the Georges -
The Senate tax bill that passed in the wee hours of Saturday morning could have massive implications for schools and universities, students and parents.
Noel Estes was incredulous when she saw the flyer from her child's Slidell-area elementary school on Facebook.
A Texas-based charter school group has announced that educators from other states will serve as leaders at the two schools the organization is opening in Baton Rouge next year, one