Individually, Americans spend a lot on higher education. Most undergraduates finish with about $30,000 in
Increasingly, government officials around the world are making public strategies about “connecting schools to the
Combine the rapid rate of technological change with a globalized economy, and it’s evident that
Students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and female, African American, and Hispanic students report significantly lower
The achievement gap separating black and white students, particularly boys, remains—and may be even wider
“The evidence is clear: education changes lives, in ways that are often not fully understood.”
The recent Dakar (Senegal) international summit on education concluded on February 3 with the hope to
Why are some architects scared to use vegetation at the heart of their façade design?
The World Economic Forum, a nonprofit foundation, has ranked the most educated countries in the
In some schools, “design thinking” has become a buzzword emphasizing critical thinking and problem solving.
Design — it is probably the last thing on parents’ list of considerations when choosing
When 70% of the world’s poorest people live in nations defined as middle income, it’s
Cities could increasingly take the lead on solving societal problems. Ed Glaeser, an economist at
A college education has its personal advantages, but it’s critical to thriving cities as well.
On a small farm in Grafton New York, a group of people are dismantling oppressive
They are buildings in which to teach and learn – but they can be magnificent
Where consumers end up spending their money each year fluctuates for a number of reasons.
New data from LinkedIn shows certain professionals are moving away from countries like India and
At one time, questionnaires about well-being were the province of mental health professionals. But in