Environmental dangers are nearly ubiquitous in the modern world. Parents need to figure out a way to confront the environmental crisis to keep their children safe.
Throughout economic downturns, children tend to get worse grades, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Educational materials distributed by respected children's publisher Scholastic push coal industry talking points onto kids in schools.
Global hedge funds are buying up huge tracts of land in Africa, hoping to make money off the commodity and food trade, and prominent US universities are taking part.
The federal government is singling out potatoes as culprits in the fight against childhood obesity.
The founder of PayPal Peter Thiel is offering some of his own money to pay students to drop out of school and start their own businesses.
Four South Korean students have committed suicide lately. Some blame a tuition policy that penalizes students who don't get high grades.
Students at the Berklee College of Music are adding descriptions to Paramount’s film scores in an effort to make the perfect music more easily discovered.
New study indicates graduates of historically black colleges may not achieve same success as counterparts who attend traditionally white schools.
There's no need to panic over the U.S. educational decline, according to experts. It's good that people are getting smarter around the world.