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"There's enough wealth in this world that no child should go hungry, especially in school," the Pennsylvania school cafeteria worker said.
Students and staff were evacuated for about 90 minutes after the second-hand threat.
A new analysis of college admissions policies found that half of the top 100 national liberal arts colleges on the U.S. News & World Report rankings now have test-optional or test-flexible policies. In addition, a record number of more than 870 colleges and universities now report having changed their admissions policies on requiring the ACT […]
D.C. Council member David Grosso (I-At Large) wants to establish a student loan ombudsman to regulate education loan servicers doing business in the District.
Montgomery County schools could open in September. But maybe in August. Two calendars are in the making.
DeVry Education Group will cap the amount of revenue it receives from federal student aid, getting in front of a controversial issue as the for-profit industry buckles under economic and regulatory pressure.
Just 17 percent of homes for sale were affordable for the average California teacher.
Students supporting Donald Trump say they are frustrated by what they see as political correctness at some colleges, appreciate Trump's frank words and really dislike Hillary Clinton.
The federal agency announced a set of online resources for students affected by the abrupt closure of ITT Technical Institutes.
She remembers the Virginia Tech massacre. Here's what she wants to say to the person who just threatened the school.
After dozens of people on campus received the same threatening email message — a message also sent to other colleges — a Virginia Tech student writes a heartfelt response.
Students of color need more teachers and leaders with whom they share a cultural background, writes Winston C. Cox.
Mayors must work across party lines to build education partnerships and capacity in their communities, write two Arizonian mayors.
Despite major strides in getting schools connected to the internet, state ed-tech leaders are calling for redoubled efforts to provide equitable access to technology.
An Education Week Research Center survey highlights teachers' enthusiasm for the concept and their desire for more professional development on how to effectively use it in their classrooms.
A dozen states pick governors Nov. 8, and they'll play a crucial role in setting the education agenda under the new Every Student Succeeds Act.
A new Texas law requiring such cameras at the request of parents and teachers raises questions about cost, privacy, and even whether they’ll help protect children.
Tight timelines and the requirement for a summative rating for schools are among the issues officials must navigate as they craft accountability plans under the new federal law.