The United States still leads the world in having a college-educated workforce, but it is the only country among the G-20 members whose incoming workers are less educated than those retiring, according to a study released this morning by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
A worker's level of education has a greater effect on his or her earnings over the course of a 40-year career than any other demographic factor, including gender or race, according to a new study by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Educational Research Service, a group serving school districts, is expected to close up shop in November after nearly 40 years.
A new nationwide study finds children of smokers miss more school days than those in a smoke-free home.
President Obama today nominated Princeton University labor economist and frequent education researcher Alan B. Krueger to be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors.
The Education Department plans to finalize new data privacy rules by the end of the year and propose new rules to clarify grant-making procedures.
Bullying experts find "hidden" bullying among otherwise friendly students.
The Education Department has launched a new version of its school data Website with more tools for visitors to use the information.
The National Center for Education Statistics has released new state-level information on education reforms.
A British study finds that children as young as 2 can identify grammar and complex sentence structure.