Just when it seemed hackers would stop at nothing, it appears they are now targeting schools nationwide, holding student information ransom…
Deaths in Greek organizations continue to be a problem on American campuses, and universities are starting to step up their responses.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would count tuition waivers as income and tax the amount.
With more than 1,300 employees, the Office of Federal Student Aid is the largest division of the Education Department.
Advocacy groups don't know the full impact of the changes yet, but some are already concerned.
Woz U and Grow with Google both hope to make tech education more accessible.
The term refers to the roughly 30 million word gap between children from lower-income families and higher-income families entering elementary school.
Many of the kids First Book reaches have never had their own books.
Asian-Americans are thrust into the affirmative action debate as the DOJ investigates alleged reverse discrimination of Asian-American applicants.
Together, they hope to pay off a total of $13,910 to erase the student lunch debt.
HBCUs are shouldering millions of dollars worth of debt, and they're calling on Trump to fulfill his promise to support them.
Because of lawsuits and regulations, for-profit schools have fallen by 17 percent since 2012.