The U.S. News & World Report was dominated by American institutions, followed by ones in China, Britain and Germany.
President Barack Obama called for tougher gun safety laws after a massacre at an Oregon community college. The shooter was identified as Chris Harper Mercer, age 26.
Blacks comprise less than one-fifth of the student population but represent one-third of students arrested for school-related incidents.
The generation that grew up online, and entered the job market after the financial crisis, has had to adjust to a new economic reality.
In general, the East saw higher rankings than the West.
The pope's American sojourn casts a spotlight on the fact that funding issues are close to the surface even at the most successful Catholic schools in the U.S.
Seattle public schools are eliminating out-of-school suspensions because they disproportionately affect students of color.
Local Muslims celebrated the decision as a sign of acceptance.
The school is now compliant with Title IX, Department of Education officials said.
German schools face dual challenges: not enough teachers qualified to teach German as a second language and a big influx of refugee children.
The United States and United Kingdom continued to dominate the rankings, with 49 and 30 institutions in the top 200, respectively.
Since Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans school system has been reborn. But somewhere along the way, an untold number of students may have been left behind.
For the 2015 rankings, eight of the top 10 universities in the world were in the U.S., and two were in the UK.
Fourteen of PayScale's 15 highest-earning bachelor's degrees were in engineering.
The district told the Brandon High School band it couldn't play "How Great Thou Art" due to a recent court order.
Black students "felt like they were being targeted."
Only about 44,000 people applied to be a part of the education nonprofit for the 2015-2016 school year. The year before, 50,000 did.
Hillary Clinton announces her "New College Compact," but some worry about the costs and unintended consequences of "cheap and quick."
The Democratic presidential candidate was also due to unveil a proposal specifically for students enrolled at historically black colleges.
Grove City College in Pennsylvania was named the most unfriendly campus for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students.
The potential for this fantasy role-playing game is only just now being realized.