If peacemaking is teachable, why are school so reluctant to offer classes in peace studies?
Congress has been unable to pass NCLB reform because the Tea Party has eroded the decade long bi-partisan consensus on education policy.
Chilean students are no longer willing to accept mountains of debt to gain an education, and they have taken over campuses to fight for greater access to the country's universities.
The journalist blames teachers unions, not economic inequality, for students’ failure to achieve.
We need a mandatory course in every high school that looks at society through the lens of ethics and morality, rather than efficiency and productivity.
Aggressively pushing voucher programs, ALEC is calling on states to “transform the system, don't tweak it" in a large-scale assault on public education.
When undocumented immigrants like Jose Antonio Vargas "come out," it changes the debate over immigration—but at considerable personal risk.
Our colleges and universities have never been truly open to everyone. But against the backdrop of a worsening high school drop-out rate and rising student debt burdens for those who do make it to college, can American higher education be saved?
Given skyrocketing college costs and the bleak jobs outlook, some argue that vocational school is an apt alternative to a four-year liberal arts program for many working-class kids.
The Medill School of Journalism's change of name is indicative of wider -- and frightening -- trends in journalism education.