In a dramatic shift in policy — and a day after TIME’s cover story — the U.S. government said Friday it will give eligible young undocumented residents work permits and not subject them to deportation.
Behind many high-achieving high school students lies a dependence on prescription stimulants, according to a report in the New York Times.
Carol Todd, who despite her autistic spectrum disorder has racked up several college degrees, is facing a crushing load of student debt.
U.S. News & World Report has released their annual list of the best public high schools in America. This year’s list—as in years past—is essentially a guide to the most highly specialized, prestigious magnet schools in the …
In the 15 years since the list was published, it has circulated in e-mail and been incorrectly attributed to the likes of Maya Angelou and Hillary Clinton
A computerized essay reader ‘doesn’t care if you say the War of 1812 started in 1945′, criticizes one reviewer.
Plus, news on college admissions, recess and student loan debt.
Plus, news on pepper-spraying police, questioning science and accidental admissions
Plus, news about America’s most educated cities and a college charging extra for in-demand classes.
Plus, more of the week’s top education news.
Each week, we fill you in on the goings on in the education world, everything from pre-K to higher ed.
Each week, TIME’s Kayla Webley fills you in on the goings on in the education world, everything from pre-K to higher ed.