The latest news on education
More M.B.A. programs feel a responsibility to nurture student entrepreneurs.
President Bush's education secretary defends No Child Left Behind and federal role in education.
Applicants should mind their online profiles and apply as early as possible.
Increased use of classroom technology takes the weight out of backpacks, but puts it on the eyes.
These schools reported the highest percentage of undergraduates who study abroad for credit.
More international students are coming to U.S. colleges, and many are paying their own way.
These M.B.A.’s, which focus on design, don’t require sketch pads but do teach creative thinking.
Idaho will require students to take two virtual classes in order to graduate high school.
Despite budget cuts to Career and Technical Education, grads still land jobs and go to college.
Teacher pay study asks wrong question, offers wrong answers, says Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.