Reading, writing, arithmetic -- and teaching?
A Wall Street tycoon has launched a new scholarship program intended to rival the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships and build understanding between China and the world.
Retailers cash in as students hit the books
Herb Alpert's foundation has given $10.1 million to endow music education at Los Angeles City College.
Graduate students at Columbia University count as employees under federal labor law and may now vote to unionize, the Democrat-controlled National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesd...
Incoming students at the University of California Berkeley may not be able to afford insurance for their dependents next year, but if they are transgendered they can sleep well kno...
Cheryl Casone has the details
Study finds more than half of the students in public colleges won't graduate within six years
Several private universities are boosting stipends and benefits ahead of a federal ruling that could clear the way for graduate students to form unions.
Cash-strapped schools across America are demanding that parents spend hundreds on supplies, even requiring bulk purchases of cleaning materials that benefit the entire class, in a ...