Older than the nation, Harvard has always been elite, but it was only in the 19th Century that it became the school of the Boston ruling class.
The U.S. Department of Education now recognizes biliteracy as a mark of educational excellence, which may mean that bilingual education is coming back.
As schools cut recess from the curriculum, more and more research suggests that it's a vital part of a child's day.
High school graduation rates sky-rocketed in the 1930s, but as more educated people flooded the job market, pay and opportunities plateaued.
The fear of communism seemed inextricably tied to protests over Anaheim's sex ed program in the 1960s.
An estimated 300,000 sports-related concussions occur in the U.S. annually. Here are some tips schools can use to minimize its impact on students.
Anthropologists have been studying the habits of the homeless to better understand and improve their condition and needs.
In this digital age, how do institutions of higher education engage prospects and get their messages out?
Initially meant to test IQ, the SAT slowly proved to be an inefficient predictor of student success at the college-level.
A different side to affirmative-action: How legacy admissions maintained white Protestant student enrollment at elite universities.