Louisianna teacher Deyshia Hargrave was booked into city jail after standing up during a school board public comments meeting to ask why the local superintendent was receiving a raise.
A historically black institution confronts a new era in politics.
Many preschool teachers live on the edge of financial ruin. Would improving their training — and their pay — improve outcomes for their students?
Despite assurances from policymakers that retraining is the key to success, such programs have consistently failed to equip workers with the preparation they need to secure jobs.
Is your district drawing borders to reduce or perpetuate segregation?
It's an irony that Facebook, a private network invented to bring college students and their alumni closer together, is now doing the most to tear the institution of college.
Why are schools still judged by the results of standardized tests?
Will the growing demand for multilingual early-childhood programs push out the students these programs were designed to serve?
We've highlighted a few of Nicky Case's wonderful interactive projects before but Joy.Js, a tool for making "happy little programs," is so neat that it earns that Bob Ross-ism.
Is Wesleyan University compromising its independent reputation and academic excellence to build an athletic cash cow?
California's inclusive curriculum raises questions on the ethics of teaching about sexual orientation.
California's remedial-class system holds back a disproportionate number of students of color.
Quinnipiac was a small college on the Eastern seaboard. Then John Lahey had a radical idea.
It's clear that everyone around high schooler Ayrton Little thought he was deserving of the honor.
This would be cute if it weren't so damning for how few resources we put towards urban schools.
Americans often see apprenticeships as a lesser alternative to higher education, while in Germany and Australia there are countless people who do both. What's the issue?
Betsy DeVos wants to expand school voucher programs throughout the US. Get ready for that list to include schools that promote Scientologist doctrine.
When studying abroad, Americans stick to cultures similar to their own.
Many educators who succeed at raising test scores also fail at keeping students fulfilled, new research suggests.
When politicians vow to send more Americans to college, I can't help gasping, "Why? You want us to waste even more?"
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