New research may be changing the debate over how we think about screen time for young children.
The details of wine and winemaking practices in biblical times are debated among experts. But we do know that vino in Christ's day was very different from what we imbibe today.
1.5 million children are out of school in Liberia. It's possible kids may not return to class until spring.
As horrifying as it was, the massacre will not cause parents to pull their kids out, says Madiha Afzal, a professor of public policy who grew up in Lahore.
Nikki Bollerman recently won a contest that gave books to her students. The third-grade teacher, 26, decided the cash that came with it should also go to her school.
New regulations and new complaints for a troubled sector; a new owner for a troubled college.
In September, we profiled a hard-to-pass but popular class at community colleges: anatomy 1, required for a nursing degree. We check back in with Jonathan Harned, who wasn't sure he could pass.
Charter schools, special education, and new preschool funding are among changes for New Orleans schools.
What do teachers do outside the classroom? We've gotten hundreds of responses to that question. To list a few: They officiate at weddings, run nonprofits and Jazzercise.
In addition to famously subsidizing political campaigns, the Koch brothers also pour millions a year into think tanks and universities. Some warn that the funding can come with conditions that threaten academic freedom.
A high-profile school tech program; a federal corruption investigation and the resignation of the superintendent.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was cleared Sunday of the accusations he faced at a student code of conduct hearing involving an alleged sexual assault two years ago.
With that pitch, coder boot camps are poised to get much, much bigger. Is this a new education delivery system?
Students at several law schools say events in Ferguson and New York have left them too upset to study. Others are more concerned about how the extra study time will affect the grading curve.
Some say a vaunted attempt to improve the quality of colleges is dead on arrival. Let's find out why.
The draft plan indicates that such factors as access, affordability and student outcomes will be key to the system first announced by President Obama in 2013.
A framework for measuring opportunity --and outcomes.
A framework for measuring opportunity — and outcomes.
The Education Department's unveiling today of a controversial proposal has fueled a debate over what this kind of system can — or should — measure.
In the second of two reports on Restorative Justice, we look at a "harm circle" session with two students who've been in a fight at an Oakland Middle School.