Georgia’s Class of 2023 scored slightly lower on the ACT than last year’s cohort but exceeded the national average for the seventh year in a row.
NPR's Student Podcast Challenge yielded stories about how students around the U.S. are thinking about and responding to climate change. Here are some of their ideas.
About 45,000 Georgia students participated in dual enrollment last year, taking college-level classes for both college and high school credit.
Massachusetts voters approved the Fair Share Amendment in November. It places a 4% tax on incomes above $1 million, in addition to the state's standard income tax of 5%.
Georgia’s program for gifted students has problems with too-large class sizes, teacher training and student selection, a new report from the state auditor’s office finds.
Bibb County Schools are seeing success in a monthslong pilot of a program aimed at empowering students to help steer food to their hungry classmates.
The child has not been charged in the shooting of Abby Zwerner, 25, a teacher at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia.
Relatives of four slain University of Idaho classmates urged hundreds of students to raise their eyes from grief and focus on love and the future.
The car veered off the road in Riley, Indiana and crashed into a tree. The vehicle was on fire when officials arrived on the scene.
The decision was made using a parent and student survey, as well as by the district's internal and external safety task forces.
On the 50th anniversary of Title IX President Biden is expected to announce new rules governing the protection of sexual assault and harassment accusers in education.
Prom used to be all about the girls' dresses. But now young men are setting fashion trends with their own outfits.
Students from Ukraine are among the finalists in this week's Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair. They're researching topics from cancer treatments to cockroaches.
Waivers for those opposed to vaccination are easy to obtain under state regulations, and schools will work with students who aren't inoculated, the district's superintendent said.
An estimated 6.6 million students can't obtain their transcripts or degrees for having unpaid bills as low as $25 or less. Several states have passed or are considering laws to curb the practice.