Why do so many colleges treat their star athletes better than their star students? We simply aren’t doing enough to help academically gifted students who have financial need to offset the...
To give up on education reform would be a great disservice to the next generation of Americans.
The Presidential Leadership Scholars Program was announced at the George W. Bush Presidential Center on Monday, September 9 by former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
An Iranian-born Stanford University professor is the first woman to win math's highest honor, the Fields Medal.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s state ranks last in the nation in education for third year in a row, according to a children's well-being report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow school administrators to base layoff decisions in part on teachers’ performance, as measured by the state’s new evaluation system.
Bob Dylan’s 1974 “Forever Young,” originally written as a benedictory prayer, could also be considered the world’s shortest graduation speech.
Within one home-schooled girl's amazing journey at Harvard and Oxford is a lesson for every American.
A terminally ill woman with inoperable pancreatic cancer was able to see her 17-year-old daughter graduate from high school during a special ceremony held in her hospice room.