One-third of the students who get financial aid come from families who make $100,000 or more a year.
In a recent survey and study published by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, which focuses on education issues and public policy, parents were split as to their priorities in K-12 education.
You can get a clear idea of why the knowledge of American history has hit rock bottom by looking at the curriculum at most universities.
America’s largest teacher’s union is finally showing signs of antiquity and may be on the verge of irrelevancy.
Colorado appears to be at the forefront of education innovation and integrating brick-and-mortar classroom instruction with online learning.
Law students might be more career ready than most collegiates but what good does that do the rest of us?
An academic takes a look at the effects of violence that may be at odds with that of many of his peers.
Apparently there are “green jobs” after all, or at least “green grants”—in universities.
Academics supported Obamacare even more enthusiastically than Congress did.
College presidents seem blissfully unaware that they are living large at someone else’s expense.