Three hundred schools in Ontario are on the chopping block, the education minister said Thursday, two days after she refused to provide a figure she called "arbitrary."
The appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education has invited fresh scrutiny of voucher programs. As reasonably informed people already know, DeVo...
We asked students who are passionate about their current major to “sell it” in an effort to help indecisive students make their pick.
'The fight against the education establishment extends to you too.'
Administrators at CSU and Cal Poly are urging students and faculty to contact campus police if government officials ask for information about immigration...
Vouchers are not just ineffective, they are part of a plan to shift students and government funding to for-profit, private and religious schools.
By Jane Meredith Adams National experts on sexual harassment in K-12 schools have teamed up to create a new educational video about gender equality,...
The majority of those included on the Watchlist were classified as white males.
They question the validity of the academic system.
President Trump announced Wednesday that he is dropping federal protections for transgender students. In California, students are mostly protected.
Inside Celerity charter school network, run by CEO Vielka McFarlane, questionable spending and potential conflicts of interest abound
'If that’s a population they want to serve, then they need to design a system that is better ...'
An immigration-law expert chimes in on how the recent detention of Daniel Ramirez Medina could affect students around the country who still benefit from the Obama-era policy.
The parishes that participated in a school-choice program staved off closure—but at a cost.
My grandson came home from his first experience in school this year and reported that at the start of class, they recited the "American prayer." My son a...
The Associated Students of Madison said in a resolution that students from suburban high schools are overrepresented and that the consideration of ACT and SAT scores in applications restricts opportunities for the poor and thus upholds "white supremacy."
Thousands of teachers are expected to rally outside the Nova Scotia legislature throughout the day Friday, protesting the government's legislated contract Bill 75.