Ninety-three percent of AIME’s 12th-grade Aboriginal students graduated from high school, exceeding Australia's overall graduation rate.
A number of schools and states have taken fresh steps to test for lead in water at schools. But parental pressure is still crucial to further action.
All students whose families make less than $125,000 a year would be eligible to attend New York state colleges for free. It suggests that a time of state experimentation might be ahead.
Chicago plans to open a community court for young adult offenders in 2017 that will give them a chance to make reparations to victims and avoid a criminal record. Part 3 of 3.
More than 100 years ago, Illinois became the first state to create a separate court for juveniles. Now, as the state rethinks juveinle justice, its biggest county is pioneering a program that reduces readmission rates by 21 percent. Part 2 of 3.
More than 100 years ago, Illinois became the first state to create a separate court for juveniles. Now, Illinois is once again changing the way it treats young offenders. Part 1 of 3.
The American Talent Initiative, a collaboration of 30 colleges and universities, announced its goal to enroll 480,000 low-income students by 2025, up from 430,000 today.
The Kalamazoo Promise helped revive a Rust Belt town. It holds lessons for other cities.