Morgan teaches at two public schools within walking distance of each other: one that is zoned for a wealthy town, and one zoned for the inner city.
Interest rates are now higher for students taking out new federal loans. It will mean an average of about $4 a month more for every $10,000 borrowed.
A study reveals 80 percent of kids said their parents value happiness and personal success more than being caring. They believe their parents want them to prioritize good grades over being a good person.
The Common Core has been at the center of controversy at many school districts. But what exactly does this new academic standard mean for students?
Matthew Segal, a millennial and co-founder of OurTime.org, and Jen Hartstein, a family psychologist, join TODAY to discuss the growing number of college graduates moving back in with their parents. They re being called the boomerang generation. NBC s Kerry Sanders reports.
The Homework Diner has become so successful that it s spawning other branches in New Mexico.
A Minnesota high school student s two-word tweet got him suspended, even investigated by police, about whether he d been romantic with a certain teacher. He apologized and how he s suing, saying his reputation has been ruined. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
The coffee giant will provide free online college education to its 135,000 U.S. workers who log at least 20 hours a week.
An Iowa teacher invents a school door lock, which is designed to be installed in seconds, to keep dangerous intruders out of classrooms. KWQC's Tiffany Liou reports.
Griffin Furlong was named Valedictorian of his high school, despite being in and out of homeless shelters with his family after losing his mother to cancer. Furlong was managed to earn a 4.65 GPA and was accepted to Florida State University. NBC s Rehema Ellis reports.
Levar Burton praised fans for helping his Reading Rainbow Kickstarter campaign reached its $1 million goal in eleven hours. The campaign focuses on expanding the current app, helping the show live on in a digital age.
Columbine High School Principal Frank DeAngelis retires after fulfilling his promise to stay until every student touched by the tragedy there graduated. KUSA's Nelson Garcia reports.
Female students at a Utah high school were surprised to find their yearbook photos were altered without them knowing about it.
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