Science fiction books can inspire more children to become scientists if authors and illustrators do a better job of depicting characters from diverse backgrounds.
A finance expert explains why President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program got blocked – and what’s next for student loan borrowers in search of relief.
Researchers found that students are being judged by their race and gender, not how well they do math.
An expert on international education explains the forces behind the drop in students from China and the jump in students from India studying in the US.
By kindergarten, white and Asian students are three to four times as likely as Black and Hispanic students to display advanced math skills.
Is business education too focused on money and not humanity? A business professor weighs in.
Scholars explain what affirmative action is – and isn’t – as well as what its effects are, and why, among others, the military has supported it for decades.
Indigenous language instructors struggle to keep their languages from becoming lost.
A scholar explains why schools can’t focus only on closing pandemic-related learning gaps.
A former math teacher explains what’s behind the recent drop in math scores for the nation’s fourth and eighth graders.
Ronald Reagan may have been known as ‘The Great Communicator,’ but rap artists don’t view his legacy through such rose-colored glasses. A professor of Black studies and history takes a closer look.
In a new book, professors shine light on the transformative experience of teaching behind bars.
Billions of dollars are being spent on tutoring in the US. Will it be enough to help schoolchildren make up for pandemic learning loss? An education economist weighs in.
Indigenous people’s languages were largely lost as a result of forced assimilation efforts in the U.S. Here’s why one tribal leader says the languages should be brought back.
America’s selective colleges and universities become less diverse if the Supreme Court shoots down affirmative action in higher education, an expert on the subject warns.
Two education researchers say one of the most widely used terms in school reform debates should be retired because of its potential to do more harm than good.
Not all students have access to the same level of parental help at home. So why are they judged as if they do? Two scholars probe how educators view students who fail to complete their homework.
A philosophy professor looks at the learning styles of different creatures to gain insight into curiosity among human beings.
There are benefits to taking college classes in the metaverse, but there are also potential problems.
Colleges must notify students when the school is placed on probation by its accrediting agency. Do students respond by staying away?