With so many free and cheap online courses available, anyone can go back to school.
Researchers found what students already knew, that school starts too early.
NCSU students develop new date-rape drug detection device.
Educators and administrators of public schools face new challenges as the demographics shift away from a white majority.
Back to school costs are getting steeper every year
Adding focused cardiovascular fitness into sixth graders’ gym class and recess can help stave off depression during adolescence.
Here’s three ways to pay your college tuition.
6 steps to remove the dread of retirement planning.
Georgetown research shows that sex education for prepubescents better prevents STDs, unwanted pregnancy and risky abortions.
New research shows an upswing in healthy school lunch consumption among middle- and elementary-schoolers.
Keep your kids from falling behind in math this summer by using these everyday activities.
Money magazine created a unique college ranking system to rival US News and World Report’s traditional list.
New study finds that fourth and fifth graders need more reading instruction than previously believed.
A survey of 29 countries found that American principals think that more than 60 percent of students are disadvantaged, which may harm education quality.
The high school class of 2014 saw more dropouts than that of 2013 because of new exit exams and course requirements.
New research puts American teens at the lower end of the spectrum for financial literacy. Research sparks debate over education reform.
AP classes have endured scrutiny over the last few years, causing students, parents and admissions officers to ask if they’re still worth it.
Summer is prime time for kids to slip behind in reading, math and science. Here are some ways to help prevent that.
Special-education students fall behind at an unprecedented rate since the widespread implementation of Common Core standards.
Four adjunct professors come forward as the culprits behind grade inflation.
New research runs against the grain of popular belief, saying that helping your kids with homework is detrimental to their education.
Education reformers are asking for the U.S. to follow the teacher qualifications found in Finland and Singapore.
Studies from the U.K. and Tasmania show that the more creative “text speak” children use while texting, the better they perform on spelling and grammar tests.
Tennessee is the first state in the U.S. to offer free college credit through the state’s community colleges to its high school grads.
According to US News & World Report, an education program with no in-class time took the top spot.
Research says that it may be time to change the traditional grading system, saying students will work harder to maintain a good grade that to try to earn one.
Starbucks redesigns tuition reimbursement plan to better serve its employees.
A new program teaches kids to be civically minded while teaching them skills to cope with and prevent bullying.
Further research shows that zero-tolerance programs are more likely to land a child in the juvenile justice system than programs that encourage better learning environments.
With mounting pressure to impress universities, parents are choosing to have their middle schoolers repeat the eighth grade.