Financial aid is an important resource for students who want to attend college in the U.S. but don’t have enough money.
A science museum in Denver, Colorado is working to increase the number of American girls who grow up to be scientists.
For some wealthy, privileged students at Harvard, an invitation from the Porcellian or Fly might be the culmination of years of anticipation.
Tyler Mulvenna worked three jobs last summer, but was still short the money he needed to pay for college.
Fewer high school students in the United States were ready for college in 2015, say recent test results.
Malia Obama’s decision to wait a year before going to college is bringing new attention to “Gap Years.”
An American library is giving children a new way to learn important life skills by combining art projects with traditional school subjects, like mathematics and science.
For the second time in two years, all eight Ivy League schools have offered admission to a teenager from Nigeria.
Four public high schools named as the best in the United States have much in common.
The World Bank Group plans to invest close to $2.5 billion over five years in education projects to help girls between the ages of 12 and 17.