Media giant Pearson is axing a raft of jobs as part of a major new reorganisation at the Penguin books-to-Financial Times owner.
Separated by more than 300 miles, El Paso and Lubbock are different in many ways and that is clear in how their medical schools operate, according to Texas Tech officials pushing to give the border campus more autonomy.
Ten thousand protesters marched on the Texas Capitol demanding changes in the state's testing system and more money for public schools, rally officials said.
Good stewardship was the theme of Thursday evening's meeting of the Moore Norman Technology Center board of education on its South Penn campus in Oklahoma City.
Florida high-school students took Advanced Placement courses and passed the
tough AP exams last year in greater numbers than ever before, according to a
new national report.
As part of the campus' ongoing facelift, UTEP officials decided to relocate the flagpole from Memorial Triangle to the corner of the Psychology Building at Hawthorne Street and Kerbey Avenue.
The nation is training twice as many elementary school teachers as needed each year, while teacher shortages remain in math, science and special education.
One of the biggest surprises of the State of the Union Address was President Obama's proposal for making preschool available to all American children.
NMSU could see a cut of as much as $13 million; LCPS could see a step back in federal funding of about $2 million; the city of Las Cruces could potentially lose $1 million or more.
The outcomes-based system that President Barack Obama has touted would award colleges in Texas more funding that hinges on several factors that translate to a high-performing college.
Across the country the pattern recurs: Teachers working with high-minority populations take a hit in the paycheck. U.S. Department of Education data from 2010 shows elementary school teachers who worked in schools with the highest African-American and Hispanic enrollment earned an average $2,251 less per year than teachers in the same district with the fewest minority students.
The Stockton (Calif.) Unified School District took another small step this week in its ongoing effort to collect damages from Office Depot Inc., which is being sued by numerous school districts and government entities in California for allegedly overcharging for a variety of products.
A Texas school district is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights after complaints of discrimination against Hispanic and African-American students and employees.
The numbers: 16 nonprofits, 130 students, 25 hours. The goal: Students from the University of Miami School of Communication creating new advertising campaigns overnight for South Florida nonprofits at the fourth annual PhilADthropy marathon last Friday and Saturday. The results: Thrilling.
Private organizations and corporations running virtual charter schools in New Mexico are preparing a Trojan horse-type assault on the state to divert public education funds, according to a group of lawmakers, private citizens and faith-based leaders who are trying to stop them.