In her written responses to questions from Senate Democrats, education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos seems to have lifted quotations from an Obama administration official.
Police in schools can help shape students’ lifelong view of law enforcement. But racial bias and criminal punishments for small infractions may damage the very relationships they hope to build, critics say.
Officials are investigating a video showing a school police officer slamming a student to the ground, echoing similar incidents in recent years.
Speaking at a ceremony at the University of Baltimore, the Fed reserve chief said that there are plenty of good jobs out there, but they require degrees.
A new report looking at Head Start programs in every state found that quality varies widely, and called for increased investments to improve services.
The US ranked 35th in math on an international exam given to 15-year-olds in 2015. But some experts warn the American education system is too varied to make sweeping comparisons to other nations.
US 8th-graders posted their highest math scores ever in 2015, but did not improve relative to students from other higher-scoring nations.
As high school students in American cities walk out of class to protest the election of Donald Trump, teachers wonder how to lead discussions about the president-elect and the election.
Harvard's men's cross-country team and its men's soccer team created sexually explicit documents evaluating freshman recruits for the women's teams.
As middle school suicides supersede car accidents as the leading cause of death in that age group for the first time, some suicide prevention programs may provide a glimmer of hope.