YouthCareerConnect is a $100 million initiative, sketched out by President Obama, aimed at helping high schools prepare students better for college and high-tech careers.
In the spirit of the holiday, it’s inspiring to know that Americans are involved with improving the lives of others.
Got some down time with your kids over winter vacation? The holiday is a perfect opportunity for you to explore books and activities at The Free Library of Philadelphia.
Certification programs at community colleges are helping people enter the workforce while boosting the school’s retention rates.
For those applying for admission to college, it’s important to keep in mind what the people at the other end of the process consider when they review applications.
Cambridge University has educated students for more than 800 years and now its pre-collegiate courses are spreading internationally.
Twenty years ago Congress signed a bill ending the opportunity for prisoners to be eligible for Pell grants. There’s a move on to change that.
In the school year 2011-2012, from pre-school through high school, 1.2 million kids were homeless – and that number has been increasing in recent years.
Jacob Weiss is a four-time gold medal winner of the National Latin exam and his zeal and enthusiasm motivated me to investigate.
With the help of some graduate students, 50 high school students designed and built a small satellite, recently launched into space.
Success For All, which has grown to 1,000 schools with 300,000 participants nationally, is part of the federal Investing in Education initiative.
Catchafire has come to Philadelphia to do two things: bring great affordable talent to the nonprofit sector and provide volunteers with meaningful and impactful experiences.
The US is the world’s top destination for international students with a record number of 819,644 studying here in 2012-2013.
With every 4-year-old having access to free high quality kindergarten, and younger kids from some disadvantaged families getting access to full-day year-round nursery school, Oklahoma is investing in its children.
The Library of Congress has just honored 826 DC with its first-ever Literacy Award, recognizing organizations working to address illiteracy in America.