What would you do if your 3-year-old son told you assuredly that he wanted to be a girl? An Oakland, Calif., couple told their child it was OK, and sad, sad boy became a joyful little girl.
Former Corinthian students could soon be off the hook for their student loans, but that won't help them in finding a better career.
Our searchable commencement app is now updated with the best speeches from 2014 and 2015.
Mindy Przeor founded an after-school program in Mesa, Ariz., to get elementary school kids up and running.
Jonathan Kozol looks back on events he wrote about 50 years ago, in Death at an Early Age, that reveal how an elementary school treated black children in 1960s Boston.
High school graduation rates are improving; an investigation into the numbers shows some of that is due to quick fixes. Policy experts respond with their suggestions for meaningful change.
More and more Americans are pursuing graduate degrees in Germany, where tuition is often free and many classes are taught in English.
Presidential candidates are writing their plans now. We talk with the experts about some of the policy options on the table.
A similar bill, which eliminates all but medical exemptions, has already passed the state Senate. Gov. Jerry Brown has not said whether he will sign it.
Three high schoolers in Zanzibar have won a prize for a film tackling a fierce debate in African classrooms: Should the teacher instruct in English or the mother tongue?
The Supreme Court said Monday it will dive back into the fight over the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas, a decision that presages tighter limits on affirmative action in higher education.
Resistance to forced busing in Boston left deep scars on its students. Today, teachers address this significant event in the city’s history in the classroom.