By the end of this week, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says he plans to have hosted three roundtable discussions in response to last Friday's school shooting.
Violence in schools and even more often in communities is causing many students to suffer from acute mental issues.
Thousands of teachers are participating in a rally Wednesday at the state capitol to push for more educational funding and salary increases.
A recent study found a more rigorous high school math and science curriculum correlated with decreased risky student behavior, like binge drinking and drug use.
Historian Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor has thought a lot about how to teach and write about the N-word. And she comes from an interesting perspective: Her father is the late Richard...
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is scaling back a team that investigates fraud at for-profit colleges, according to The New York Times.
This fall, Ohio will join 28 other states to offer comprehensive medical marijuana programs, and it wants to make sure workers don't get left behind.
Some students of color say they don't believe the change will make them feel safer.
The author and Miami Herald columnist thinks graduates could use a little realism in their commencement speeches.
For years, employees across the public sector have seen a decline in benefits and pay, raising questions about the impact on the larger middle class.
In Arizona, over 800,000 students will be affected, which could make it the biggest teacher strike in recent history in the U.S.
The drug comes in the form of an injection or a nasal spray, known as Narcan.
High-achieving, low-income students make up just 3 percent of enrollment at elite colleges.
After the attack at Columbine High School, a hotline was set up in Colorado that lets students anonymously share safety concerns.
Students of color on the State University of New York at Plattsburgh campus say they often feel unwelcome, even threatened.
School and city leaders in San Francisco are considering opening a homeless shelter in the gym of a K-8 public school for homeless students and their families.
If you live in California and want to stay close to home for college, you might be among the many students who are disappointed.
Nationally, black students are suspended three times as often as their white peers. In Minnesota, it's eight times as often.
Puerto Rico is closing 283 schools this summer because thousands of families have migrated to the mainland.
A new law in Alabama requires religiously exempt day care centers to meet the state's minimum health and safety standards.