Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
The program sends teachers to students at home to combat "school refusal," a condition characterized by anxiety, stress and depression that leaves kids unable to attend school.
Some private schools in New York City now cost more than $50,000 a year — more than many people pay to send their kids to a private school for college.
It’s a struggle that many parents are familiar with — your child doesn’t want to go to school. But for some kids, this happens every day.
Augmented reality books use smartphones or tablets and add 3-D models and interactive video to traditional books.
Seven of the nine Nobel Prize winners in science this year were Americans. But can the U.S. continue that trend?
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with writer and teacher Clint Smith about drawing inspiration from Baldwin's speech to educators delivered in 1963.
Lizmarie Vázquez Martínez, a first-grade teacher from Toa Alta, discusses challenges she's facing and her hopes to return to the classroom.
Are cellphones educational tools, or a scourge on learning? Here & Now's Robin Young hears from two educators on opposite sides of the debate.
Sixty years ago today, nine black teenagers in Little Rock, Arkansas, enrolled in the all-white Central High School following Brown v. Board of Education.
Manning is a former military analyst who leaked troves of classified government documents.
One remote school near the Colorado-New Mexico border takes adult students back in time — to learn how to operate steam-powered locomotives.
Schools in cities around the country have added time to the school day. Does more time in class improve learning?
One school principal in the District of Columbia offered $100 to each student who successfully avoided their screens for 11 Tuesdays.
Many of the seats in Evelin Salgado's classroom are occupied by DACA recipients.
College counselor Lisa Micele offers some advice to high school students requesting letters of recommendation.
The global scholars program at World Learning's School For International Training offers scholarships to students who want to make a difference for refugees around the world.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with Aurora Lora, superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools, about the DACA decision.
John C. Calhoun was a Yale graduate, vice president and a white supremacist who supported slavery. His name will be removed from a Yale residential building Tuesday.
For many kids across the country returning to school, this time of year can evoke terrible anxiety.
Some tallies put the number of homeless college students nationwide at 57,000.