Students at colleges and universities across the country are beginning their semester just like they did at the beginning of the pandemic, sitting in front of their computer at home.
The Chicago Public Schools system is projected to receive nearly $2.8 billion in federal coronavirus aid intended to help schools reopen, but they are closed to start off the new year.
The Department of Transportation and Department of Education announced that they will temporarily waive the requirement for bus drivers to be able to identify engine components in order to obtain their CDL license.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., chairwoman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, championed the news Wednesday that President Biden would extend the federal student loan forbearance period through May 1, 2022.
Brave Books has released a Matrix parody video ahead of the release of "The Matrix Resurrections." The video echoes the notorious explanation of the Matrix that Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) gives in the first Matrix film, but this video urges a child to take the "red pill" of Brave Books to escape the false reality of "Wokeism."
Nikole Hannah-Jones' new book is topping the best-seller lists of both Amazon and The New York Times in its first week.
One Missouri school district has found a unique way to deal with the nationwide labor shortage: hire their own students for some positions.
A forthcoming children's book series uses high-quality illustrations and complex prose to tell the stories of “Heroes of Liberty." such as Ronald Reagan, Thomas Sowell and Amy Coney Barrett.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on Thursday said public preschool programs will lead to fewer "help wanted" signs by boosting female employment rates.
A restaurant group in Arkansas is paying students to do their homework during shifts as it struggles to find staff.
The National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project, a conservative shareholder activist organization, is alleging that the Securities and Exchange Commission displayed anti-conservative bias in allowing companies to reject its shareholder proposals.
Taking a hands-on approach with a child’s education at home comes at a cost.
Larry Kudlow slammed teachers unions during his Wednesday monologue, calling out their progressive agenda.
CUNY announced this week that it is using federal coronavirus relief funds to wipe out up to $125 million in unpaid debt and fees for more than 50,000 students who were enrolled during the pandemic.
Minnesota Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar joined calls to cancel student debt Wednesday, pointing to recent the increase in coronavirus cases as justification.
Jeff Bezos made the largest donation to the Smithsonian since the museum was first founded this week, giving $70 million to renovate the National Air and Space Museum and $130 million to build a new education complex.
American freedom ought to be respected and acknowledged by Democrats who claim there is none to be found, North Korean defector Yeonmi Park argued on "FOX Business Tonight."
Dr. Priscilla Chan and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s technology initiative partnered with Gradient Learning, an education nonprofit, to create a new communication tool for teachers and students.
The president for the American Federation of Teachers took to Twitter Friday evening to announce that over 100 percent of mothers with young children left their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic to handle childcare responsibilities at home.
A new bipartisan bill is looking to aid domestic violence survivors who previously consolidated their student loan debt with their former spouses.