Of America's 975,000 international students, roughly 16,000 have been prohibited by executive order from entering (or re-entering) the country.
Damage to research threatens the U.K's industrial base and the reputation of its universities.
Academics are wrong to worry that giving students more input will lead to "dumbing down."
The outgoing first lady tells American students that "anything is possible" with a lot of hard work and education.
Separating boys and girls in school reinforces cultural stereotypes and encourages both to shy away from fields customarily associated with the opposite gender.
The government is looking for new ways to show it is serious about the issue.
Online charters routinely lag behind their brick-and-mortar counterparts, research shows.
Billionaire philanthropist Betsy DeVos is set to head the U.S. Department of Education.
State laws, or a lack of them, allow the undocumented to pursue college but the costs are typically steep.
Each pupil prefers a different learning style and technique.
Teachers are skeptical of robots being integrated into the classroom.
Regardless of unions, teachers are increasingly becoming at-will employees, subject to questionable evaluations based on outside factors.
A British MP said that without context children regard porn as a lesson in how to have sex.
Prospective teachers don't get enough time in the classroom before they're expected to lead students.
The loss of spending due to a Muslim travel ban would be up to $66 billion.
The latest data show girl students far outperform their male counterparts.