The latest news on students
Arthur Agatston, of South Beach diet fame, thinks good school nutrition programs raise math scores.
Students have tried 'invisible' earpieces and customized papers.
A Rutgers professor surveyed different fields of study to find out how many students admit to cheating.
High-tech testing centers and anti-plagiarism software are some of the new tools professors are trying.
Because of the slumping economy, more young graduates might have trouble making their payments.
What the experts have to say about early decision, senioritis, and transferring schools.
Software giant woos the young crowd with discounts that can exceed 90 percent.
Register at parents' home? At school? Students get conflicting advice.
Some say the AP program inhibits top teachers and students from really exploring the subject matter.
Lawsuit alleges that voter-registration rules in this swing state could disenfranchise young people.