The long-neglected stepsiblings of wealthy private colleges and flagship public universities are trying something they’ve never done before: asking for money
(SEATTLE) — Melinda Gates, one of the most influential women in American education, said this week she gives the U.S. public school system a C-plus, but adds there are spots of improvement that give her optimism for the future.
Gates said she bases her assessment on international comparisons of student achievement and on the fact …
(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) — Yale Law School announced a $25 million gift Thursday from a graduate and his wife that will be used to bring dormitory living back for students.
The gift commitment by Christina and Robert C. Baker will be used to secure and renovate a building for student living space, the Ivy League school said. Plans call …
With the help of grants, academics and big data, developers are trying to transform the way kids are taught and tested
Students now have an extra week to apply for early action
Warning: committing early may cause FOMO
1.1 million last school year
Less than half of people between 14 and 24 said they’ve been bullied, down from 56 percent in 2011
Why the rise of online interviews and tours is good and bad news for college applicants.
Still getting more expensive, but not as quickly
No timeframe on when the ban, which also applies to independent student groups, will be lifted
Researchers worry that 15 percent of America’s young adults will become an economic burden on their communities
Program will focus on women’s rights for high school and college students