Nearly every country in the world shuttered its schools due to COVID-19. Now, from Israel to Uruguay, many students are back in class, with varying degrees of success.
These new findings could help explain why Black students are more likely to be suspended, expelled or otherwise disciplined than other children.
Ever since the late 1800s, it has been standard for white to go first in chess. Has the time come to get rid of that rule?
When college athletes practice or play, they're really performing work. But are they able to speak up when the work conditions threaten their health? And what happens when they do?
As colleges and universities strive to protect their campuses from COVID-19, they must also pay attention to cyberattacks that target sensitive data, a cybersecurity expert warns.
Children will probably be OK, especially if their families make sure this elevated level of screen time doesn't turn into a long-term habit.
An effort to bring three teachers together while they taught young students online over the summer in Arizona didn't bode well.
When white parents decide to homeschool, usually it's to provide individualized education to their child. Research shows black parents homeschool for an entirely different reason.
If a high school doesn't offer advanced coursework, having students take such a class remotely offers a promising alternative.
Women of color are woefully underrepresented in leadership positions in higher education. What will it take to turn things around?
College entrance exams haven't always been the most fair. But will getting rid of them lead to more diversity on campus?
A new immigration rule may force some international students to leave the country.
From graduation ceremonies and sports to research and instruction, COVID-19 is changing the face of higher education. Here, three university presidents share their thoughts on what the future holds.
Despite his defense of slavery, the former vice president and US senator from South Carolina has been honored with statues and streets, schools and counties. That's finally changing.
Any HBCU closures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic could potentially hinder the careers of many Black Americans.
When it comes to making law enforcement professionals less likely to resort to use of force, higher education goes a long way, research shows.
School systems realized that they couldn't deal with the pandemic on their own.
Opening colleges and universities for in-person instruction this fall could be risky, but so could going online. A higher education funding expert explains why.
Children are always brimming with curiosity about things that most adults take for granted.
Instead of waiting for a crisis to seek help, new college students should proactively devise plans to ensure their mental health and well-being, a psychologist says.
From health care to social work, America's public schools bridge many gaps for children and their families.
Colleges will likely offer bigger financial aid packages to compete for students amid the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak, a former admissions officer says.
Empathy will help teachers, and others leading online transitions, prioritize relationships as society navigates this crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic is not like other emergencies addressed in custody arrangements. The best advice is to try to collaborate and cooperate – even if that's difficult.
For higher ed, this is a crisis of unknown proportions.
A workplace scholar addresses some common questions workers may have about taking time off due to COVID-19.
So far, children have not been as sickened by the coronavirus as adults. So why do officials talk about closing schools? And what does this mean for you as a parent? A public health expert explains.
Americans under 30 are far less likely to vote than older citizens. Stepping up civics instruction might help change that, a scholar explains.
As a student protest continues at Syracuse University, a scholar argues that student activism is a valuable part of the college experience.
A scholar who researches this underreported criminal behavior recommends four steps to root it out.
There's a long history of books being banned from public and school libraries.
Newly-released body camera footage shows an Orlando police officer taking a 6-year-old girl away in handcuffs. A school safety expert explains the potential pitfalls of police in primary schools.
This reorganization may provide roadmaps for other nonprofits to follow if they face abuse allegations in the #MeToo era.
Becoming friends with classmates from different backgrounds can help people reject negative stereotypes. And teachers are able to help make that happen.
While online education may seem like a convenient way to earn a degree in the comfort of your own home or office, an expert warns of pitfalls that can seriously set a student behind.
Fracking in Pennsylvania has led to disadvantages in state school districts.