Some community members criticize the name change for the acronym spelling out the Confederate general's name
Some Canadian education advocates are troubled by U.S. Education Secretary Besty DeVos's planned visit to their country later this week.
The California LGBTQ community members await department of education's verdict on their demands for more inclusive textbooks.
New research suggests children born in September may be more confident and do better in school than children born in August.
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released Title IX guidance as part of a "dear colleague" letter in 2011.
The former MSNBC frother went berserk over DeVos's call for prayers for Harvey victims.
Read about developments with the education budget, the Confederate flag and student debt.
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.
In 2007, 65 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual students said they'd been bullied. This year, 45 percent did.
While Western countries often condemn human rights violations and pay "lip service" to rights, there's a lack of concrete action to bring perpetrators of human rights violations or war crimes.
The proposal would bring better education options to over 600,000 children of military families.
While racial segregation in U.S. schools plummeted between the late 1960s and 1980, it has steadily increased ever since.
The problem will be to ensure the workforce can fill the new sorts of jobs that will become available.