A new study explains why economic distress has led to mortality-rate spike for white, middle-age Americans without a college degree.
HBCUs will still get federal funding, but not much else.
International students are critical of American education. Brookings explains why.
The old Mercator world map, riddled with inaccuracies, has been replaced with a less Eurocentric version.
A new report from the Century Foundation evaluates the claim.
A case study from Quebec reveals surprising differences in how children—and their parents—respond to subsidized care.
The United Kingdom remains increasingly concerned about low math scores among students.
This clears the way for debt agencies to charge higher fees on overdue loans.
Statements in support of free speech garner thousands of signatures, but also some dissent, among educators.
Reports of abuse on military college campuses may reflect larger issues of conduct among the armed forces.
The administration’s proposal includes cuts to federal aid programs and increased funding for school choice.
Wyoming is the latest state to cut spending for K-12 schools.
A new report says two-thirds of community-college students don’t have enough to eat, and 14 percent are homeless.
An online glitch creates a hassle for last-minute aid seekers.
A settlement will merge the district’s historically black and white schools.
Public-university and community-college students could benefit from a new financial-aid package.
A new survey says U.S. colleges are worried about future enrollment.
When men haven’t worked many full-time jobs, they have “a lower level of commitment.” When women haven’t, it’s just what’s expected.
A new report reveals wider pay gaps and poor workplace treatment for the female workers of southern states.
A Swiss case study sheds new light on the link between a city’s layout and the health of its residents.