Of the 161 named, 3 are from Georgia.
The study shows that some of the gaps in achievement are not solely related to a lack of funding or economic disparity, but a lack of habits and positive social belief.
Colleges impacted by Irma, Maria, and wildfires to receive federal aid.
U.S. Department of Education Announces Initiative to Address the Inappropriate Use of Restraint and...
Effort to Protect Children with Disabilities, Ensure Compliance with Federal Laws
The legislation builds upon the existing Farm to School program and would provide grant-based funding to procure local foods, establish school gardens, and educate children and families on the importance of healthy foods.
Military Family Finds Homeschooling to be Just the Right Fit
Of the 50 states, New York ($23,091), the District of Columbia ($21,974), Connecticut ($19,322), New Jersey ($18,920) and Vermont ($18,290) spent the most per pupil
School Owner Indicted for Defrauding Department of Veterans Affairs Program Dedicated to Rehabilitating Disabled...
The owner of a physical security school has been indicted by a federal grand jury for defrauding a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) program dedicated to rehabilitating military veterans with service-connecting disabilities and for making false statements to the VA.
Does masculinity need to be treated as a mental health issue?
National School Lunch Week - Oct. 14 - Oct. 20