The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) recently asked strategically located scholars to assess No Child Left Behind in California, New Jersey, and Colorado.
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Could the progress in No Child Left Behind come from private tutors? Why not cut out the middleman?
Statistics show that one student drops out of high school every 9 seconds, according to the Pew Partnership for Civic Change.
As another college semester nears an end, the Department of Education continues to assemble commissions to provide solutions to perceived problems with college education.
College athletes from James Madison University took their protests over Title IX sports regulations to the U. S. Department of Education and Accuracy in Academia correspondent Matthew Hickman was there.
Darwinists and doubters mix it up once more, this time at a libertarian think tank, in a debate few colleges would showcase.
School officials react to recent shootings by banning tag.
The appointment of Jane K. Fernandes as President of Gallaudet University has students and faculty frenzied.
Typically, when students attempt to obtain loans for college they look toward federal student loans but lately there has been a meteoric emergence of private student loans.
Currently, we obtain good teachers through certification from the government; often, teachers must endure numerous tests to receive certification. But, does that work?