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Summit Basecamp, a personalized learning program, is being used by more than 100 schools nationwide.
A number of college Republican groups are reconsidering their support of Trump after a video surfaced of him having a lewd conversation about women.
A case study.
Kids with OCD are often misunderstood. Here's why — and what parents, educators and school staff can look for.
Classes are in session for 300,000 students on Tuesday.
What people did when an Ivy League professor wrote faculty of color don't get jobs because “we don't want them"
A professor at the University of Pennsylvania writes about the racial imbalance of faculty, and questions assumptions about what makes someone qualified to teach college students.
During the Oct. 6 attack, the police said, the boys pulled down the girl’s pants and touched her.
Dr. Payton turned the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama into a prominent historically black university over nearly three decades as its president.
Education leaders must combat the education reform climate of "disillusionment," writes former Massachusetts secretary of education Paul Reville.
Educators should embrace the educational value of youth activism, especially for female students, urges Colby College’s Lyn Mikel Brown.
Experts say the recent elementary school shooting in Townville, S.C., should prompt educators and parents to reinforce fundamental safety efforts.
Thanks to declining state aid and disappearing federal e-rate subsidies for “legacy” technologies, districts are struggling to pay for telephone equipment and services.
In a new book, E.D. Hirsch Jr. makes another pitch for putting a knowledge-based curriculum in schools—but not for the common core.
With the quality and quantity school and district mentoring programs often lacking, beginning teachers are increasingly seeking personalized feedback from online communities.
In Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, the U.S. Supreme Court will weigh how much students should benefit from special education.
A program Hillary Clinton championed during her brief stint as a private citizen—Too Small to Fail—continues its work, encouraging parents to see themselves as their children’s first teachers.
Teachers' union and school officials in the Buffalo, N.Y., district are working to hammer out a new labor agreement to replace one that expired a dozen years.
The strike is now in its seventh day, and workers marched on campus Tuesday in a clash with the nation’s wealthiest university.