A study in Spain found that obese and overweight children put on an exercise regimen had greater gray matter and higher test scores
Some community members criticize the name change for the acronym spelling out the Confederate general's name
New research suggests children born in September may be more confident and do better in school than children born in August.
How can educators make sure that teaching and learning in their diverse classrooms is effective and equitable?
A lack of funding, cultural factors and traditions have been blamed for the estimated 10.5 million children not in school.
Pell Grants, the Work-Study program, Perkins loans and AmeriCorps are put at risk by swingeing cuts.
While racial segregation in U.S. schools plummeted between the late 1960s and 1980, it has steadily increased ever since.
The girls were among the 276 abducted by Boko Haram in April 2014. More than 100 remain in the militants’ hands.
The Sultan of Sokoto said that the almajiri system, where children beg to fund an education in the Koran, was not part of Islam.
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect’s new project was announced one day before the introduction of a House resolution on the subject.
The perceived wisdom that there is an inverse relationship between education and religion has been countered by a new study.
One likened women to donkeys, while another said meat-eaters tell lies and commit sex crimes.
Gloria Steinem spent International Women's Day encouraging girls' education.
Current rankings need to take new factors into account in order to assess education systems fairly.