Tuesday's US Supreme Court decision upholds a ban on affirmative action in college admissions only in Michigan. Experts say it opens the door for lawmakers or voters in other states to establish bans of their own.
Blended learning combines the best of online learning with traditional teaching. The educational trend is showing results – higher test scores, happier teachers and students – as more schools adopt and adapt it.
How schools dealt with Grayson Bruce and Sunnie Kahle, two young students who didn't act according to gender norms, has drawn outrage. But such cases are complicated, and many schools are making progress toward being more understanding, experts say.
Amid growing concern about inequities in school discipline, data show that black children – 18 percent of total preschool enrollment in 2011-2012 – made up 48 percent of those suspended more than once.
The proposed 'gainful employment' regulations would take away a program's eligibility for federal student aid if too many of its students defaulted on student loans or had debts too high relative to earnings.
For five New Rochelle High School seniors, the great college aid game is reaching a suspenseful climax: Getting into a school is hard, but making the adult decision about a school – with all its financial implications – perhaps is harder.
In announcing ‘My Brother’s Keeper,’ President Obama identified school discipline reform as one key to supporting the success of young men of color. Here are strategies that schools are already trying.
While information on 146,000 students and graduates may have been exposed, Indiana U. says, the data breach was not a targeted attack. But cyber-criminals may just be catching on to colleges as targets.