Education

The majority of colleges and universities in the United States accept most of the students who apply each year. However, there are institutions that are very selective, admitting a small share of...
The public education system in the United States lags behind the schools of many wealthy nations. According to an annual study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development,...
Working as a lawyer is one of the most prestigious and high paying jobs in America. Prospective attorneys must complete law school and pass the bar exam, but to really stand out among their peers,...
Americans with a bachelor’s degree are nearly half as likely to be unemployed than those with only a high school diploma, according to January 2020 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While...
As more data about the spread of the coronavirus has become available, states have been updating their projections about when schools may be safe to reopen. Some states hoped to send students back to...
As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the U.S. and the world, nearly every part of daily life has been disrupted. For children, this has meant that the school year has been put on hold. As...
School district quality is one of the most important factors homebuyers consider when looking for a place to live — particularly for new or expecting parents. A good school district can greatly...
School district quality is one of the most important factors homebuyers consider when looking for a place to live — particularly for new or expecting parents. A good school district can greatly...
School district quality is one of the most important factors homebuyers consider when looking for a place to live — particularly for new or expecting parents. A good school district can greatly...
School district quality is one of the most important factors homebuyers consider when looking for a place to live — particularly for new or expecting parents. A good school district can greatly...
The majority of colleges and universities in the U.S. admit most of the students who apply each year. There are many institutions, however, that are highly selective, admitting only a small share of...
The United States is becoming an increasingly racially and ethnically diverse country. Today, about 60% of Americans identify as white. But, according to some projections, there will not be a single...
For many young Americans, college is often the first time they have the chance to meet and socialize with people from other racial, ethnic, or geographic backgrounds. This can provide students with...