The current threat to university autonomy has been triggered by a myriad of financial and administrative challenges
Fracking in Pennsylvania has led to disadvantages in state school districts.
Bees may provide surprising insights into the kinds of environments that are best for learning.
Education in Gaelic is hugely valuable in keeping the language alive in Scotland.
My year of buying almost nothing saved me thousands of dollars – but also taught me valuable lessons as a teacher, including about the benefits of failure.
Survivors voices are central to Holocaust education, but as their numbers dwindle educators must work to preserve their testimonies and bring in the second generation.
AI-powered text generators are becoming increasingly easy to access. Rather than banning their use by students, educators should think about incorporating such tools into their curriculums.
For some teachers, this week's rotating strikes in Ontario are a chilling reminder of the school fallout of 1995-2002, when Mike Harris was premier.
Building a strong 'engineering identity' is a key step towards bringing more women into the field, a new report has found.
Education minister Nadiem Makarim announced he would abolish Indonesia's national exams in favour of a PISA-style student assessments. We asked two experts how this policy should best be rolled out.
Inadequate public education on a new language policy has generated resistance from parents at the early childhood education level in Ghana.
I know first-hand the need for a rehabilitative rather than punitive system.
Children see adults on smartphones, looking up information they need to know, and being continuously connected. They want to copy this behaviour in their play and practise being an adult.
School officials can do a better job engaging families of color. Here are five ways for them to start.
It is important not to take the issue of ‘torture houses’ as only peculiar to Qur’anic schools.
Largely unknown today, Bourbaki was the last mathematician to master nearly all aspects of the field. There’s just one problem: Bourbaki never existed.
While large-scale education assessments, such as the PISA, are meant to show how education systems are faring around the world, evidence shows these assessments come with a host of problems.
The humanities can supply wisdom to guide our galloping technological progress.
Objections raised about the school syllabus by parents, schools and civil society point to a bigger problem with the state.
Indonesian researchers developed an Indian-inspired toolkit to assess literacy and numeracy among elementary-level students. The results were worrying.