A new $1 billion program to open up access to higher education for poor, minority students appears to be increasing college-retention rates.
When it comes to autonomy, a new report says, the typical charter school gets a C+.
Experts on learning are among the scientists newly elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
A study finds that just participating in a competition can put the brains of competitive people into high gear.
In a new brief, researchers who've studied NCLB offer suggestions on how to improve it.
When it comes to describing classroom instruction, teachers and students give different survey responses.
A new federal evaluation of the $1 billion Comprehensive School Reform program says the program failed to improve student achievement.
The latest survey from the Pew Internet & American Life Project finds that more than half of teens are sending 50-plus text messages a day.
While grade inflation occurred in both public and private colleges over the last century, a study finds, private schools are now outpacing public institutions.
An analysis of federal data shows that a greater proportion of children are schooled at home than attend charter schools.