Library of Congress hosts open house in historic reading room for President's Day
Lots of area school districts have gone over their budgeted snow days and they're using Presidents' Day as a make-up day.
Officials: Spanish university student goes into comatose state after eating pot cake
A meteor streaked across the sky and exploded with the power of an atomic bomb in Russia exactly one year ago.
University of Maryland Eastern Shore marks 1 year since student fatally stabbed on campus
Ag-based curriculum transforms once-struggling Kan. school; hands-on projects attract students
The president of Frostburg State University says a man who died in a fire at a Frostburg home was a student.
Master's program uses NYC's American Museum of Natural History to train science teachers
Young men training to become Catholic priests in Washington have some new classroom space and other facilities.
Former manager Jerry Manuel, son, run program to keep young African-Americans playing baseball
Penn State trustees meeting Monday to consider appointment of new president
Michael Sam's announcement prompts some ADs, coaches to review school policy on gay athletes
DC mayoral candidates lay out education proposals; Shallal says school reform has failed
Death of NYC college student in alleged fraternity ritual in NE Pa. ruled homicide
GAO: College students can face fees to access financial aid using college-issued debit cards
Va. won't change reduced hours for adjunct college instructors after receiving IRS guidance
Mass. teacher's aide suspended for racy photos says co-workers have supported her since return
After surprising 1st season, Year 2 at Boston College brings bigger challenges for Addazio
Students at Mich. college study zombies, biblical texts in exploration of apocalyptic themes