The superintendent of a troubled charter school didn’t resign quietly Monday night, defending her leadership amid financial scandal.
Tens of millions of borrowers will soon resume student loan repayment on their federal student loan debt. Here's what you can do to avoid delinquency.
School meal programs are facing food shortages and supply delays that may cause officials to limit the breakfast and lunch options for students.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported the state's first death of a teen due to COVID-19 on Thursday.
A teen reported being between the ages 15-19 in Hennepin County was one of the 26 newly reported deaths due to COVID-19 on Thursday.
Hundreds of students from the College of St. Benedict and St John’s University walk out of class today following allegations of a sex competition on campus.
Families are fighting to keep eight St. Paul schools from closing while the district is planning to shutter the schools by next fall, largely due to declining enrollment.
The University of St. Thomas' School of Engineering is taking steps to make higher education more attainable.
Dr. Jill Biden hosted the 2020 and 2021 State and National Teachers of the Year at the White House on Monday in a months-long delayed event to celebrate their talents and commitment to education.
In a community facing a shortage of bus drivers, an emergency medical services chief in a Minnesota county south of the Twin Cities metro stepped up and got his bus license.
Four children were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening Thursday after the school bus they were riding in crashed with a pickup truck in northwestern Minnesota’s Clay County.
Mariam Mohamed, a fourth-grade teacher in Minneapolis is celebrating an exciting new chapter. Not only has she authored multiple books, but now one of her books is being made into a short film aimed at representing Somali children.
A private college in Minnesota has renamed its arboretum that honored an 18th-century Swedish botanist who has been criticized for classifying humans in a way now seen as racist, school officials said Tuesday.
A brand-new charter school in Minneapolis announced Wednesday it will close, about a month after it first opened doors.
School districts across the country are still struggling to find ways to get all of their students to and from school amid a shortage in bus drivers. But now in St. Anthony, a small busing company founded by a refugee from Somalia is trying to help fix the problem.
A change to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program will immediately make 22,000 borrowers eligible to get loans canceled, U.S. officials said.
The Department of Education is preparing to announce major overhauls to its Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Healthcare workers are bridging the gap and making it easy to get caught up on vaccinations and child exams, at a time when those essential visits are falling behind.
The K-12 Cybersecurity Act will allow CISA to work with schools and other federal departments to examine any cybersecurity threats that could affect students or educators.
The dean worries that the bar exam is doing more harm than good, and keeping talented people, especially those from marginalized communities, from becoming attorneys.