Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
Five years after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the strategies run the gamut and experts disagree on the best approach.
Moving from response to recovery on the island after Hurricane Maria is dragging on, as water and electricity are still unavailable to many.
Mu Delta Alpha has Greek letters, and its colors are teal, white and peach. But as Nadia Hamdan of KUT reports, this is not a typical sorority.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Sharon Gaber, president of the University of Toledo, about her concerns about the tax bill.
Twenty thousand teachers are eligible for DACA protections, and more than 200,000 children will age into the program — if it continues.
Texas State University officials are suspending all fraternities and sororities on campus following the death of a student hours after he attended a pledge event.
For one student at Furr High School in Houston, the end of DACA came at the worst possible time: during Hurricane Harvey.
Public universities in the Midwest have conducted some of the country's most important research, leading to scientific and technological breakthroughs.
Funding for public schools is a perpetual problem, but this year lawmakers are facing a deadline imposed by the Kansas Supreme Court.
Police are investigating a Snapchat video of white student-athletes at a Virginia school pinning down African-American students while making racist and sexual statements.
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.