Lunches for low-income students weren't an easy sell to investors, initially, but the results and the social good eventually became a major selling point.
Schools are being encouraged to start later to let students sleep in. Whatever happened to the early bird?
Entrepreneurs seeking to market to educators would benefit from understanding how new apps and tools align with schools' day-to-day needs.
Jason Wolfe's leading e-tail venture, GiftCards.com, took shape while he was living in his car and teaching himself to code with books checked out of the library.
Bill Powers' days as the head of UT's flagship campus are numbered. If he gets his way, he'll stay through next May. It's anyone's guess at the moment.
The backpack-like bulletproof shield may represent one of the most tragically apropos inventions of our time.
Host LeVar Burton is adapting the classic show for the web.
An elementary school in Elwood, N.Y., has cancelled its year-end kindergarten play in order to better equip its five and six-year-old students with real-world skills.
This Scottish Razzamataz Theatre Schools franchisee used franchising to get into business young while learning from an organization's experience.
With a wealth of experience in corporate management, these Goddard School franchisees knew the right franchisor was key to success.
Bruce Farrer has gone to great lengths to prove that having a sense of commitment is important.
The College Board plans to overhaul the college admission test, hoping to change the face of the test prep industry.
The ability to code has several advantages for business leaders, especially those in the tech world.
A law passed in 2007 and beginning in May will require teachers to certify students' working knowledge of banking, taxes, investing, loans and more.
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