TAPS started to provide support for education for children of the deceased military members in 2014.
TAPS started to provide support for education for children of the deceased military members in 2014.read more
Prison-to-College Pipeline, an initiative at CUNY, provides access to higher education to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people.
Prison-to-College Pipeline, an initiative at CUNY, provides access to higher education to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people.read more
College-bound students from all walks of life visited the White House Tuesday for the first lady’s annual education summit.read more
WASHINGTON - Students around the nation are constantly overcoming educational challenges and hurdles to persevere. First Lady Michelle Obama recognizes this and has committed to helping. Mrs. Obama hosted the third annual “Beating the Odds” youth summit on Tuesday....read more
In the wake of police-involved shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota, 12-year-old Asean Johnson joined others in Washington D.C. to address gun violence.
WASHINGTON — Jeremy Dudley, a.k.a. Origin, drew several enthusiastic educators to the stage when he performed rap songs at the 2016 People's March for Public Education & Social Justice on Friday. He uses his rap lyrics to send positive messages to students and...
WASHINGTON – "Philando Castile knew the names of every one of the 500 children he served breakfast and lunch to everyday.” These were the first words that came from educator Jesse Hagopian during his speech at the 2016 Save Our Schools People’s March for Public...
Hillary Clinton speaks at NEA assembly Tuesday, promising to push for better pay for educators, less standardized testing and more resources for teaching computer science in public schools.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work joined the conversations with high school students at a national training seminar for children from military families.
Ella Peters, the only San Diego, CA representer in the Scripps National Spelling Bee can finally take a deep breath. After only three years of spelling competitions, she should be pretty proud of making it past the two spelling rounds of the bee....
Zander Reed is the only speller in this year’s National Spelling Bee to compete four years in a row.
At the tender age of 6, Akash Vukoti is the youngest contestant to ever compete at the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Vukoti lost on his second turn in the oral portion of the preliminaries on the word "bacteriolytic," and thanked his fellow spellers and...
After nearly an hour and 25 rounds of back-and-forth spelling in the finals, fifth-grader Nihar Janga from Texas and seventh-grader Jairam Hathwar from New York were declared co-champions of the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee; each took home $40,000.