The latest news on education
A new federal program lets states compete for a piece of $4.35 billion if they commit to change.
financial aid, students, public schools, state budgets
Reversing historical trend, black students' learning gains better in some Southern states than in North
The head of the federal initiative says HBCUs should shift from "how to survive to how to thrive."
Will the president's plan to invest in community colleges help more people get degrees?
According to a new report, student athletes often end up paying for sports-related injuries.
Many students hope their athletic skills will be more valuable in the lower-profile division.
A program that subsidized the cost of Gardasil vaccinations is due to end this month.
A new study says both men and women experience physical and emotional violence on campus.
Six college counselors are cycling through campuses in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.