Rural schools receiving federal Impact Aid are facing difficult budget choices this year and in the future because of across-the-board federal cuts known as sequestration.


Montana lawmakers propose $2 million bill to preserve the state's Native languages, and one rural Mississippi community fights against their community's segregated schools.


Rural Connections Scholarship Program from John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is struggling to find gifted, low-income rural students.


A U.S. Department of Agriculture proposal to expand the meaning of "rural" has some saying it would hurt most rural areas.


Supportive communities and access to teacher educators were two critical factors for rural Australian teacher trainees to have successful professional experiences.


Native student advocate says the poor conditions of Bureau of Indian Education schools must be addressed.


A "first of its kind" analysis shows that teens in rural counties face the greatest risk of pregnancy, according to new research.


Broadband access is a critical issue for rural schools, and that fact recently has been underscored by a state schools superintendent and new contest.


One rural Michigan school district, Stockbridge Community Schools, is turning to prekindergarten classes to give its children the best chance at long-term success.


School safety has become one of the most discussed education issues nationwide, and it's the newest addition to the list of 2013 priorities for the National Rural Education Advocacy Coalition.


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