A Texas university program aimed at informing and assisting young immigrants eligible to obtain a deferred action status is expanding its reach into South Texas.
Newly released KIDS COUNT data show that about two-thirds of American students don't read proficiently by the fourth grade.
Local black leaders say the party was racist and an assault on the black community, and are demanding tough sanctions.
A planned education mission from Arizona to South Sudan has been tabled until the violence in that country stops.
There’s one area of education that is always ripe for controversy in Arizona, and that’s how to teach English Language Learners. Each state varies tremendously in how it handles these students, but that can be a problem as states move toward more common standards.
News spread quickly Monday about a mock immigration sting being organized by a conservative student group at the University of Texas at Austin.
One of the nation's scientific institutions celebrates its 75th anniversary by inviting the public to gain knowledge about stars, and about themselves.
Best of the border stories for this week.
The Nation got a new report card today evaluating reading and math proficiency among fourth and eighth graders. Modest gains by Latino students contributed to improvement in some Southwestern states.
For nearly a half-century, the federal migrant education program has been helping farmworkers' children catch up and keep up with their peers. We look at one program in the Imperial Valley.