In a Texas border town where nearly all high school students live in poverty, the school district is trying an experiment to get more kids into college. Instead of waiting until students graduate to enroll them in higher education, the school is pairing with aLearn More >
Students devise science experiment that will really take offStudents devise science experiment that will really take off
Students from 21 schools across the U.S. and Canada competed for the chance to have their science experiments sent to the International Space Station. One of the student teams selected, from East High School in Rochester, New York, designed an experiment on th
The New School That Teaches AdultingThe New School That Teaches Adulting
Boomer instructors will offer Millennial students key life skills.
Unique college program helps poor students make the gradeUnique college program helps poor students make the grade
For Georgia State’s Tyler Mulvenna, a $900 grant from an innovative retention program let him live on campus, work less and do what he came to do: study. The school, worried about abysmal graduation rates for poor students found, a full course load, commuting
Offering high school dropouts a second chanceOffering high school dropouts a second chance
Goodwill is known for its charitable resale stores, but Goodwill of Central Indiana has expanded their mission to help give high school dropouts a second chance at graduation. The NewsHour's April Brown reports on the program's approach to education.