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Sociologist Lisa Wade argues that "some people can't stand to have their privilege challenged, even a little."
Fourth- and eighth-graders' average scores improve since 2003.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
Phi Kappa Psi hosts a car smash as part of Movember at Occidental College. Check out the post from the school's Facebook page for more.
As cursive becomes endangered in schools, Americans evaluate what it’s really good for.
National Assessment of Educational Progress ranks state students 36th in the U.S.
A big change is underway in the world of American education.
A new study reveals that sexual violence among young Americans is a serious problem.
To exempt a child from required vaccinations, a parent and a doctor must sign the new Personal Belief Exemption form under a state law that takes effect Jan. 1.
One private company estimates it will be monitoring students’ tweets in over 3,000 schools by year’s end.
Student loan debt likely will force today's college grads to work longer.
Regular inspection of your child’s texts, Facebook and Twitter may not show whether they’re involved in cyberbullying.
To do everything you’re supposed to do, you’d need a time machine.
Scientists, journalists and water managers gather to discuss the global problem of water shortages. Check out the story below from the college's Facebook page.
The event will focus on common core, local control funding and iPads.
Check out the announcement on the college's Facebook page.
The debate over homework rages among American parents and educators, and many question its value altogether.
Some of the photos depict the future president participating in a protest against the school's investment in companies doing business in apartheid South Africa.
Reports of severe allergic reactions have spiked, but that doesn’t mean your kid’s PB&J’s are banned.