Here's our list of female mathematicians through history who broke down barriers in their own lives to learn and live as experts in their field.
Over Democratic objections, Republicans cleared the way for a House vote on whether to sue President Barack Obama for failing to implement ObamaCare as it was written.
Low-income teens are less likely to join gangs, binge on alcohol, or engage in other 'very risky' health behaviors when they are enrolled in high-ranking charter schools, a new study finds.
The US Department of Education launched a new initiative to ensure that poor and minority students have higher quality teachers.
The Clinton Foundation's Too Small to Fail is joining forces with pediatricians and others in a literacy push aimed at low-income families: prescribed reading.
Primary school quality in the world's No. 7 economy ranks below impoverished Haiti. But galvanizing Brazilians to boost education for all is no easy task.
For the first time, the Shoura Council, which advises the Saudi government, recommended that girls be allowed to play sports in state-run schools if they conform to Sharia rules on dress and gender segregation.
Nine California public school students say the state's laws for hiring and firing teachers has led to substandard teaching and education. They want the laws thrown out.
In 2000, only 12 percent of Beit Jann’s students passed Israel's national exam. A determined principal and innovative nonprofit have brought that figure to 100 percent.
When N.Y. Mayor de Blasio went to Albany to lobby for a tax increase to pay for pre-K, his rally for his progressive troops was upstaged by a pro-charter school rally attended by Cuomo.