Fitch believes California's proposed budget, which would increase state
allocations to University of California and California State
University by $125 million, will provide some funding stability
following several years of declining appropriations.
WebMediaBrands Inc.'s Mediabistro announced an online Master certificate in Social Media Marketing to help digital marketers earn credentials from its leading digital media education program.
Cristina Rodriguez has joined Yale Law School as its first Hispanic tenured professor effective Jan. 28, Dean Robert Post has announced.
Despite looming changes for the University of Texas at Brownsville, President Juliet V. Garcia said she is positive the coming transformation will benefit students and the community.
California has earned an F on a report card issued by the maverick education-reform group StudentsFirst. And as a sign of how fractious school politics has become, the state's No. 2 education official called the failing grade "a badge of honor."
Dan Sharp, a veteran patent attorney who helped dispel a cloud of uncertainty last year about the tech commercialization operations of the University of Texas, has been named director of UT Austin's Office of Technology Commercialization.
Sylvia Zukowski only works two jobs now, down from the four she had when she returned to college for a second undergraduate degree.
Merced, Calif., area high schools are among the first to adopt California's new common core instructional standards, and two dozen local teachers are pioneering the system that's described as a new way of doing business.
Learning to construct Lego robots and program them reinforces a love for science and math, said Dave Ferro, dean of the College of Applied Science & Technology at Weber State.
McDonnell seeks to put Teach for America, a nonprofit that sends top college grads into tough-to-fill teaching spots in low-income schools across the country, in place in Virginia schools by the 2013-14 school year, according to the news release.
A pioneer in the history of women, Gerda Lerner, died on Jan. 2. She was 92.
A deeply ideological battle over education is expected to unfold at Florida's Capitol in coming months, with vast amounts of taxpayer dollars at stake.
Nook Media, a subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc. today announced that Pearson has agreed to make a strategic investment in Nook Media, LLC.
After California schools eliminated art programs and increased class sizes to survive budget cuts, they are finally on the verge of getting more money thanks to voter-approved taxes and economic recovery.
A 10-year-old boy recently walked past rows of boarded-up houses, dilapidated storefronts and abandoned lots on his way home from Nathaniel Pope Elementary School on Chicago's West Side. He took a detour to make sure the students walking behind him didn't see that he lived in a homeless shelter a half-mile away.