In Colombia, some players are trying to leverage their talents to make it onto a U.S. college team, so they can get an education too.
A Louisville program is taking a hands-on approach to train teenagers in science, technology and math before they enter the workforce.
Starting this fall, tackling will not be allowed during football practice at schools in the Ivy League, including Harvard and Yale.
Frank Bruni discusses his book, “Where You Go is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania.”
Students at NuVu Studio design and build items ranging from robots to items that can help people who are homeless.
How do we keep kids safe and learning in our public and charter schools? Is the answer a strict set of rules and discipline?
We spoke with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh about the state legislature’s opioid bill, challenges at Boston Public Schools, MBTA fare hikes and his passionate opposition to a November ballot question that would legalize marijuana in Massachusetts.
The Republican presidential candidate is defending his business ventures, including Trump University, which is the subject of lawsuits.
Rebecca Blank, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, joins us as part of our View From The Top conversation series.
Every student in Loyola High School’s recent graduating classes has been accepted to a two- or four-year college.
Republican legislators want schools to publicly report crime statistics, but critics argue it could cause families to flee to other districts.
A student group demanded the change back in December because the seal is modeled after the family crest of Isaac Royall, a slave owner who helped found Harvard Law School.
Our week in review panel goes behind the headlines.
Wednesday, U.S. Attorney for the district of Massachusetts Carmen Ortiz announced that her office would be launching its own investigation into alleged civil rights violations at BLS.
In the halls of some Maryland middle and high schools, you can see a rainbow of races and ethnicities, but barriers divide the students.