High school valedictorians are the best in their class academically. But a new report finds that the top graduates of Boston’s public high schools are encountering great obstacles to attaining educational and economic milestones. John Yang talks to the Boston…
By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
There are approximately a million children of active duty military in the U.S. Most attend public school, move six to nine times before finishing high school and must cope with a parent being absent for extended periods of time. Schools…
By Colin Brinkley, Associated press
At least four panels are expected to challenge DeVos on her most polarizing policies.
By Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
Teacher shortages, low pay, the pressures of standardized testing and the rise of alternatives to traditional public schools…
By Christopher Weber, Associated Press
Teachers in Los Angeles are preparing to strike Thursday to demand higher pay and smaller class sizes.
By Student Reporting Labs
Participants from the NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs, a project that teaches young reporters about journalism and media literacy, share what they’d like to see from the media in 2019.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
The move by the education secretary has become a flashpoint in a broader debate over the regulation of for-profit colleges.
By Laura Santhanam
More than 6 million of U.S. children have been diagnosed with ADHD, the most common neurobehavioral disorder during childhood. And this number has doubled in less than two decades.
By Vic Pasquantonio
Author Kenneth C. Davis examines another deadly effect of World War I: the spread of the Spanish flu.
Voters with college degrees and higher incomes appear to be souring on President Donald Trump, a shift that could hurt Republican candidates in the midterm elections.
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