25 Worst Performing Public Schools In The U.S. Does Your Child Go Here? Neighborhood Scout used their patent-pending school rating algorithm to uncover and identify the 100 worst public schools in America.
Seattle kids are still on summer break, kind of. The union for 5,000 striking Seattle teachers still hasn't landed a deal with the district, and the doors remained closed on Monday. Picketers lined up
What the latest results of an international test tell us about the state of education in the United States The U.S. education system is mediocre compared to the rest of the world, according to an international
If you have no interest in diving deep into these policies, reading the research and understand the dynamics as best you can -- which is totally fine, it's not for everyone -- then you probably shouldn't
The Obama administration on Monday began sending letters to nearly 400,000 people with permanent disabilities, in an attempt to help them through the process of discharging their student loans. The U.S.
Community colleges charge lower tuition than just about anywhere else. They're open to everyone. They offer the kind of technical training employers want. And they can serve as an affordable steppingstone
How do you solve 5 x 3? Not with 5 + 5 + 5, apparently. The parent of a third-grader shared a picture of their child's perplexingly-corrected Common Core-style math quiz. The student correctly answered
Proponents of the Common Core national standards have claimed from the beginning that a major goal of the initiative is to reduce the “achievement gap” between white and minority students. Common Core
Chelsea Workman went to Ohio State University because it was her cheapest option. But she still had to take out student loans and work to make ends meet. By the middle of her sophomore year, she'd had
Is college worth the cost? STORY HIGHLIGHTS "Ivory Tower" documentary maker Andrew Rossi examines the higher education crisis • Is proposed student loan reform an overreaction? • Is higher education more