Teenagers in Nevada's Clark County used the popular video app to support their teachers ahead of a threatened strike — and organize a picket line of their own.
The "SNL" comedian went on an expletive-ridden tear during his show at the University of Central Florida.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has proposed a plan that would tax the wealthy to help rid students of debt.
College students are reacting to “Operation Varsity Blues,” an FBI investigation of an elite college admissions scandal.
You were picked on a lot as a student in college — by your credit card company, insisting that you pay on time. And now your college student is picking a credit card.
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Otto Warmbier’s parents are rebuking President Donald Trump after he defended North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Inside the takedown of a prolific white nationalist propagandist.
Former first lady Michelle Obama and actor Keegan-Michael Key spoke to college students in Detroit, Michigan, about their future.
Students at Clemson University found themselves in a scary situation after a floor collapse at a fraternity party early Sunday morning.
Parkland drama students lived out their dreams, when they performed “Seasons of Love” from “Rent” at the 72nd Annual Tony Awards.
Javon Davies said he wrote the letter giving away his cat and video games "just in case something happened."
Some school districts in Iowa use seclusions rooms to deal with disobedient students, despite complaints from parents and educators.
During the latest stop on the Listen To America tour, HuffPost spoke with University of Virginia hip-hop professor A.D. Carson, who looked back on the tragedy that struck Charlottesville. To hear more from Carson, head here:
The oldest historically black women’s college in America has announced that they will begin admitting transgender women, and barring transgender men.
These teens exposed their new principal's bogus credentials in an investigation for their high school newspaper. We invited them to D.C. for the White House Correspondents' Dinner, where they got a surprise shout-out in front of hundreds of journalists.
The toothless babble of HB-2 "protects" no one other than perhaps employers whose employees have more restricted rights as a result. Let's repeal this political mess that backfired on McCrory and will backfire on Berger and Moore as well if we don't move on.
Answer by Salman-Khan, founder of Khan Academy, on Quora: More questions: Education: What would your ideal education system
In ten years this will be more more streamlined. A learner of any age should be able to direct their learning to specific