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Twenty-five-year-old Rick Aggeler says he discovered early in life that music is magic. He says: “Music made me feel like … Learn more

On November second, the United States held congressional and state elections in a year defined by voter dissatisfaction. Democrats tried … Learn more

Michelle Rhee had never led a school system before she came to the public schools in Washington, D.C. in two … Learn more

Last week, we talked about the conflict between sleepy teenagers and early morning classes. Many people commented on our website … Learn more

Surveys of American teenagers find that about half of them do not get enough sleep on school nights. They get … Learn more

Americans talk a lot about illegal immigration but not as much about legal immigration. Legal immigrants who want to become … Learn more

Next year, the Peace Corps will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. Peace Corps volunteers are Americans who teach and work on … Learn more

In the United States, about six out of ten students in graduate schools are women. The same is true of … Learn more

I’m Alex Villarreal with the VOA Special English Education Report. No one likes to make mistakes. But a new study … Learn more

I’m Alex Villarreal with the VOA Special English Education Report. Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is … Learn more

President Obama signed legislation in August to provide twenty-six billion dollars to the states for education and healthcare. The measure … Learn more

More than half of young black men in the United States do not finish high school. Many grow up without … Learn more

The word “cabaret” brings to mind images of singers in nightclubs, or maybe Liza Minnelli performing years ago in the … Learn more

Zaytuna College is a new four-year college in Berkeley, California. Zaytuna is seeking to become the first accredited Muslim college … Learn more

President Obama wants the United States to have the world’s highest rate of college graduates. But his administration also wants … Learn more