The movie features Charlie Day and Ice Cube as high school teachers who end up in an epic confrontation on senior prank day.


The Super Bowl is a national celebration that often reflects controversies and debates beyond football, including on education. Super Bowl LI was no different.


A documentary on the National Geographic Channel examines various angles of gender identity. Schools, colleges, and nonprofits will be allowed to hold screenings.


The NBC show finally got around to skewering the nominee for U.S. secretary of education in a sketch featuring Kate McKinnon and Melissa McCarthy.


Diane Sawyer looks at the challenges faced by the working poor, including a school aide, some adjunct professors, and a university food-service worker.


The former news anchor will lead Facebook's News Partnerships team, while stepping away as editor-in-chief of The 74, but remaining on the education news site's board.


The show about Canadian high school students, whose current and past versions have long been popular with American viewers, drops its new season Friday.


Andrew J. Rotherham and Emmeline Zhao will head to the education news site founded by Campbell Brown to create an aggregation feature and original content.


Prolific and opinionated blogger Alexander Russo's site, started in May 2015, will move from The Washington Monthly to the site of Phi Delta Kappa International.


The film offers a compelling look at a "continuation" high school in the California desert, where students have their last chance to earn a diploma.


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