The latest news on education reform
Colleges are pressured to increase tuition for online programs due to costs associated with development and delivery.
Poverty, more than race and ethnicity, has a significant impact on how soon students attend college.
Nearly a quarter of respondents said the quality of online programs is poor.
University presidents today wear many hats, adding to stresses that force some to end their terms early.
How one principal wants to change the way in which the U.S. educates its kids.
A new report says college accreditation needs to be overhauled to protect students and taxpayers.
Journalist Amanda Ripley examines what other developed countries are doing right in education.
Diane Ravitch's new book gets education reform all wrong.
Less than 5 percent of students and employers said students learn more in online programs.
Most states said working with colleges and universities to implement Common Core has been challenging.