A high school diploma is no longer enough for today’s manufacturing jobs. Enter the employer. Apprenticeships are making a comeback, complete with college.
Privately educated Americans are among the greatest supporters of the nation’s public schools.
The order has left international students and faculty fearing expulsion, stranded outside of the country, detained or uncertain of whether to travel.
For students without college or career plans, a new initiative aims to get them back in the classroom, teaching. It might also help with a shortage of black and Latino educators.
Democrats are trying to win a few Republican votes against her.
A crowd opposing the Michigan billionaire’s bid to become education secretary gathered at the Capitol on Sunday; more than a million others have written to Congress with concerns.
A U.S. history teacher analyzes some of Trump's rhetoric.
A college counselor explains why more than a third of them do.
Some students, scholars are stranded outside U.S., schools say.
Experts say Republican control could lead to an expansion of vouchers, a potential shift in federal resources.
DeVos vows to uphold IDEA — but then plugs voucher program that forces students to sign away rights under the law.
Students who major in general business and marketing are more likely to be unemployed or underemployed. They also earn less than those in more math-focused business majors, such as finance and accounting.