New York's new scholarship promises free college, for a price.
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A mother and her dyslexic daughter tell their story. It's a preview of an upcoming documentary from APM Reports.
Collision over college dreams for undocumented students.
Can the excitement about My Brother's Keeper last now that Obama's out of office?
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently called HBCUs "real pioneers of school choice." We thought this would be a good time to revisit our documentary, "The Living Legacy: Black Colleges in the 21st Century."
If suspensions don't work, what does?
Are we asking too much of America's inner city schools?
There are proven techniques for children with learning disabilities, but can affected kids get what they need in public schools?
One reporter chronicles a neighborhood school in need of the American dream
How much will anti-immigrant rhetoric dissuade foreigners from studying in the United States?
Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos' critics say she wants to dismantle the public-school system. Her supporters say she's going to challenge the education establishment. We ask an expert what to expect at her confirmation hearings.
In a system that prioritizes struggling students, what happens to everybody else?
Getting adults back to school could help revitalize state economies. More people are going to college than ever before. But in the United States, about half the people who start don't finish.
A group of Detroit students filed a lawsuit against the state of Michigan claiming their schools are so bad they're being denied a fundamental right to literacy. The state of Michigan disagrees.
A new movement seeks to reorganize schools to better work with students from traumatized backgrounds.
Black teachers matter. But they're leaving the profession. A reporter and a teacher talk about why.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump promised to end temporary protections for unauthorized immigrants who arrived in the country as children. We hear from students whose lives feel upended by the election.
Donald Trump's win was a surprise to many in the college-educated elite. Some say instead of expanding minds, higher education is making graduates more insular.
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