US consumer finance agency expands oversight of student loan servicers to nonbank companies
Critics of Common Core academic standards see folly in implementation
Teens in Asian nations dominate international test; US scores barely budge
DC private school for students with learning disabilities looks to extend building lease
Supreme Court ends Liberty University lawsuit over Obama health care law
Common Core academic standards force teachers to work on critical thinking over memorization
Q&A: What are the Common Core academic standards and why should parents care?
Coach Jim Grobe resigning after 13 years at Wake Forest, says program needs 'new energy'
Student: 14-year-old flashed gun at officer, setting off brief standoff at Ohio high school
Conn. prosecutor says he'll end fight against release of 911 calls from school shooting
It was too much for families to take when the kids of wounded warriors recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center found they were assigned to new schools. So, they made a special request for a change of assignment.
U.S. Department of Education estimates show that 11 percent of Maryland adults aged 16 or older lack basic prose literacy skills — the ability to read and answer questions about readings. With a lack of funding in adult education making it difficult to address the problem, groups like the Literacy Council are filling the gaps left by schools.
Student's underdog journey from rural China to law school highlights persistent inequalities
Police report: Suspects in Michigan medical student's killing say shot fired accidentally
UK case of 3 'enslaved' women reignites public scrutiny into obscure Maoist sect
University of New Haven developing new method to test marijuana for mold, other contaminants
1 man's underdog journey from rural China to law school highlights persistent inequalities
Nebraska athletic director Eichorst says Pelini to remain head football coach 'in the future'