The federal Justice and Education Departments warned public school districts recently not to deny enrollment to immigrant students illegally.
Bangladesh is a good example of educating girls as a path to transformation. When it became independent, it invested in educating girls.
Studying encyclopedias, prisoners at a New York correctional facility are developing writing skills comparable to students from elite high schools.
The Free Library of Philadelphia has organized a reading ‘race to prevent the “summer slide,” skills that are lost when kids don’t read over the vacation months.
People think giving money away is easy. But, Philanthropy courses now being taught at Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Northwestern University suggest otherwise.
A new report from the National Center on Time & Learning looks at how expanded school schedules can be used to boost effectiveness – allowing more time for educators to plan
Harvard Business School, the B-School, is at a critical juncture; should it enter online education and, if so, how?
Everyday Arts for Special Education is an activities program that uses creative arts to help special needs kids communicate and develop socialization skills, patience and self control.
The book “Deeper Learning” cites 8 schools that are “transforming education,” Including a school in Philly.
Findings from the Civil Rights Project at the University of California reveal that Latinos are the fastest growing and the most segregated group in the US.
Villanova is installing an online system in all residence halls that will allow students to control access to both inside and exterior doors using their smartphones.
In the recently released United States Report Card on Physical Activity For Children & Youth, our kids received a near-failing grade.
High school graduation is up. Using data from the National Center for Education Statistics, we can track transfer students and also break down graduation rates by states and income.
A study finds teachers who were well-regarded on student surveys and principal classroom observations, had students who did poorly on tests and the opposite also was true.
Despite the need, some schools have suspended, reduced in size or folded gerontology into other programs because of lack of interest.