Shana Marie Perez, of Covington, Ga. posted a video on Facebook showing the principal preparing to paddle her son without her consent on Wednesday.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress released the results of their 2015 assessment test, suggesting the gap between proficient and struggling high school students is growing. But is NAEP's one-day test a credible marker of success?
The Bay State will soon offer 10 percent rebates to students who attend community college and go on to complete their bachelor's degree at a Massachusetts state school – as long as they meet some stiff requirements.
California's 2nd District Court of Appeal reversed a lower court's decision in favor of students challenging the state's teacher tenure system, saying the students failed to prove the laws were unconstitutional.
A teacher has been charged with assault after a video showed her slapping a student, which students say was uncharacteristic. What can be done to mitigate teacher stress?
Despite changes to Common Core testing in New York to appease some of parents' frustrations, many still plan to 'opt-out' their children during Tuesday's tests.
The University of Virginia student, whose story of a campus assault was the focus of a now-discredited Rolling Stone article, will be questioned in a defamation case.
Last year, 1 in every 5 New York students skipped the exams in protest. As another round of tests approach the state's education department says it has addressed concerns.
According to the lawsuit, the vocational school engaged in high-pressure admissions tactics and misled students about graduate employment rates.