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Latest Education Items
Connecticut U.S. senators on Saturday criticized the federal government for earning an estimated $66 billion in profits from student loans originated between 2007 and 2012, saying it is wrong for the government to benefit from the struggle of young people to deal with escalating college costs.
Indiana education officials are weighing the possibility of delaying ISTEP+ testing to give schools hit by several snow days more time to prepare students for the crucial tests.
The student leaders of the Gay Straight Alliance at Madison West High School sat around one recent day over their lunch hour, reviewing reaction to the presentations they'd given the day before to several freshman health classes.
The question before Anthony Myers' Algebra III class was this: How do you measure the length of a curve?
A South Dakota legislative committee has rejected a measure that would have let voters choose the state education secretary in statewide nonpartisan elections.
Student and faculty volunteers from Davenport University are offering free income tax preparation sessions to low- and middle-income tax-filers at spots across West Michigan.
A new study shows that teen obesity is on the decline in America — but not for low-income youths. Are the rich getting thinner and the poor getting fatter? Lack of exercise opportunities appears to be part of the problem.
The D.C. Council will scale back a bill creating an ambitious college scholarship program to avoid endangering a popular federal grant that helps District of Columbia students defray the cost of attending college outside the city.
Nearly 840 students who graduated from Alaska public high schools last year received $3 million in state-sponsored merit scholarships, a newly released report shows.