In Fort Morgan, Colorado, Muslims from East Africa are joining other immigrants from Central America and Mexico in the small, conservative farming community.
High school juniors and seniors are well into their college preparation. But college counselor Lisa Micele says it's not too early for sophomores to start planning.
More admissions officers are looking to social media to gain a deeper, positive understanding of college applicants.
The two professors in charge of the program come from different perspectives: one descended from slaves, the other's ancestors helped trade slaves.
The public school system in Gary, Indiana, used to be considered a model district. Now, it's having trouble meeting payroll and is shutting down some schools.
The tables give students the opportunity to donate unwanted food to hungry classmates. But some states have enacted restrictions on what can and can't be shared.
Professor and author Tom Nichols believes there is a growing divide between experts and the rest of the American citizenry.
The best-selling author is known for "A People's History of the United States," which was first published in 1980.
Few states require recess, but studies show it leads to better test scores and classroom behavior.
More than a million international students go to college in the United States. But recruiters say they expect numbers to drop.
The first year of testing for North Carolina's online charter schools shows their students had the lowest academic growth in the state.
In El Cajon, California, hundreds of young soccer fanatics from around the globe are perfecting the art of the back pass, the header and the scissor kick.
Recent arrests of undocumented immigrants by federal agents in Austin have raised concerns in many immigrant communities.
In northeast Houston, Furr High School once had a reputation no school wants. Now, school administrators are turning to innovative programs to turn things around.
There’s an English class in one Colorado school in which students are studying one of the biggest issues on the planet.
"I remember after school thinking, 'Where am I going to sleep?' And it wasn't easy. It was hard on me mentally," says Lorenz Marcellus, a senior at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts.
Like most teachers, Barry White Jr. says "good morning" to all his students. What's special is how he does it.
The Bible classes are designed for elementary and middle school students and are voluntary. But the plaintiff says her child would be ostracized by opting out.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Julie Hertzog of the organization Pacer, which advocates for disabled students.
As Jill Kaufman of New England Public Radio reports, President-elect Donald Trump’s many anti-immigration stances have brought uncertainty into the classroom.