New York City could lay off thousands of public school teachers amid budget cuts this month, and the first to go, thanks to union seniority protections, would be new teachers.Third grade teacher Juhyung Harold Lee is among those 4,100 teachers at risk of losing their jobs.
After months of delay, the Department of Education on Thursday issued new rules that could shut down some for-profit colleges and universities.The department says the regulations are meant to cut off federal aid to schools whose students cannot earn enough to repay their loans.
Terry Mazany wrapped up his brief time as interim CEO of Chicago Public Schools this week. He believes that the incoming team shares his focus on high standards, strong curriculums, investment in quality teaching and great principal leadership.
This story is the first in an ongoing series on education overhaul in Detroit.The Detroit Public School system hopes to convert dozens of schools into charters in the next year or so in a last ditch effort to cut costs and stop plummeting enrollment.The plan faces tremendous skepticism fro
Part of a series on young people and financial literacyFor many high school and college seniors, graduation is a time of new beginnings and harsh realities. Their thoughts are turning to money — for tuition, rent, and credit card bills.