The news media would perform a public service by making Americans aware of voter registration deadlines and what they need to do to participate in elections, writes media scholar Thomas E. Patterson.
Colleges that compete in Power Five athletic conferences use revenue from men's basketball and football to fund sports that tend to lose money and draw wealthier students.
As education officials re-open schools for the fall semester or debate the possibility, we look at research on the role children play in the transmission of COVID-19.
By studying research on how the news media portray Asian Americans, journalists can gain insights into how their work is perceived and its consequences.
Each year, the federal government distributes billions of dollars in Title I grants to school districts based on the number of low-income children each district serves. Localize your state's stakes with our interactive maps.
Studies suggest education interruptions — whether schools close for a snowstorm, a hurricane or summer break — can hurt student achievement.
Education researcher F. Chris Curran offers six tips to help journalists report on how COVID-19 school closures affect student learning.
Journalists get tips on covering college finances amid the coronavirus pandemic and U.S. economic downturn from experts at credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service.
Researchers warn that how students behave outside school can limit school closings' effectiveness in preventing the spread of infectious disease. We look at the research.
Journalist's Resource's managing editor, Denise-Marie Ordway, looks back at how she could have improved her coverage of college hazing and other problems at a Florida HBCU.