Mexico’s struggle for education reform has been a long journey paved in protests. Today's struggles have been a long time in the making.
The legal profession is in crisis, with more new lawyers than demand, and law schools are scaling back. Is law school still a safe bet?
A political scientist argues that Harry Potter can be used to teach students about politics, institutional behavior, globalization, and identity.
What parents watch teachers the most? Economic class has a lot to do with report cards.
Psychologist Angela Duckworth argues that students need "grit," or rugged individualism, to succeed. But scholar Anindya Kundu insists there's more to it.
Researchers theorize that minorities are especially vulnerable to sexual harassment in college due to both their outsider status and cultural stereotypes.
Before current uproar over transgender people and bathrooms, the country debated the place of coeducation in American society.
Play is an important part of child development; Paul Tough tells us about strategies to encourage healthy child development.
Teachers' unions have been an important force in America since the 1950s.
Marriage education, seeking to teach dating and marriage on campus, was a reaction to urbanization, industrialization, and the new autonomy of the young.