The House passed a replacement of the long-expired No Child Left Behind Act; Lindsey Graham is pressuring Russia to send back Snowden; David Axelrod says Hillary Clinton will probably be the democratic presidential candidate in 2016.
Parents, you can already picture those first mornings of the school year: the challenge of dragging cranky kids out of their beds at dawn after two months of mellow summer mornings. Each year, many of us swear we'll do it differently. We will listen to the experts. We will adjust ...
Fowey Community College has given its male pupils a six month course in the art of etiquette after girls at the school complained about their behaviour
Critics said the money could be better spent reimbursing staff salary cuts or bringing back laid-off teachers.
Sleep specialists are working together with Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia on a plan to change the start time of local high schools, so that students can get enough sleep.
The nation's best young spellers have gathered in suburban Washington, D.C. to battle it out at the National Spelling Bee. For it was a great day, for others the emotions boiled over.
The leader of the head teachers' union says children's education is being undermined by the number of targets being imposed by the government.
A law professor calls for the cutting of "C" grades. University of Arkansas at Little Rock law professor Joshua Silverstein believes that law schools should mostly eliminate giving C grades.He posits that the schools should raise their minimum satisfactory standards to a B-, and they should only hand out C’s ...
A Canadian photographer found members of the inaugural class of a school with no tests or homework to see the effect that education had.
The cheating scandal comes just off the tail of Harvard's upset versus number three-seeded New Mexico's basketball team in the NCAA tournament.