The unemployment rate in Lincoln, Neb., is one of lowest in the U.S., thanks to a well-educated workforce. The focus now is on finding workers and keeping young people from leaving.
This year, during the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps, some teachers are placing more emphasis on creating lessons about "how Jews lived than about how they perished."
Father Ted, as he was known to his friends, was influential in reshaping Catholic higher education. He was also a champion for civil rights and nuclear disarmament.
Only 1 in 5 Ph.D.s in science, engineering and health end up with faculty teaching or research positions within five years of completing their degrees. But universities keep churning them out.
Similar legislation has been proposed in North Dakota and Wyoming to allow concealed firearms on K-12 school grounds and college campuses, as a part of a larger effort to expand gun owners' rights.
Lessons from a handful of the most-viewed papers from the American Educational Research Association last year.
In science classrooms across the country, middle-schoolers will take part in an iconic activity this year: frog dissection.
A suicide prevention program trains middle and high school students as peer mentors — shaping school culture and behavior around pillars of support.
Vocational education is enjoying a renaissance in many U.S. schools. In Nashville, Tenn., all high-schoolers are encouraged to take three career-training classes, regardless of college plans.
The College Board redesigned the framework for its Advanced Placement U.S. history course, and many conservative lawmakers aren't happy about it.
Boston University withdrew its recognition of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, following its use of misogynist videos and photos to promote a party.
Each of the final four candidates will be in Boston this week for public interviews with various stakeholders, such as parents, students, teachers, school leaders and community partners.
As students return to classrooms on Monday, some districts may consider asking state education officials for a waiver from the state’s requirement of a 180-day school year.
The school’s temporary guest policy was adopted in an effort to avoid a repeat of last year’s rowdy off-campus St. Patrick’s Day-themed celebrations, which resulted in more than 70 arrests.
Wednesday’s announcement comes on the heels of the university’s decision last week to bar students from Iran in a move that officials said aligned school policy with U.S. sanctions against Iran.