1. After the Earthquake, Anchorage Goes Back to School National, Yesterday

    Some 48,000 students returned to class this week for the first time since the earthquake. Even before the quake, the school system had wrestled with tumult.

  2. A College Experiment That Really Worked Op Ed, Yesterday

    Also: Britain’s impossible choice creates more political chaos.

  3. The Misguided Priorities of Our Educational System Op Ed, December 10

    We spend too much money on college students and not enough on everyone else.

  4. T.M. Landry and the Tragedy of Viral Success Stories Op Ed, December 8

    We focus on outliers and ignore systemic injustice.

  5. The ‘Next America’ Op Ed, December 4

    How do we govern in the age that will begin with the 2020 election?

  6. Nation’s First Teachers’ Strike at Charter Network Begins in Chicago National, December 4

    The action comes during a year of teacher protests, which until now had been at district schools in conservative or swing states.

  7. Teaching Children Regardless of Grade Op Ed, December 4

    Educators in a remote valley in India devised a community approach to instructing students when teachers were sparse. It’s catching on.

  8. Throwing Open the Schoolhouse Doors, Once and For All Special Sections, December 4

    We can send every child to school by 2030. Here’s how to pay for it.

  9. Do Children Get a Subpar Education in Yeshivas? New York Says It Will Finally Find Out Metro, December 3

    Some students graduate from the ultra-Orthodox schools barely knowing how to read and write in English. New rules could force the schools to change how they operate.

  10. 6 Takeaways From the Times’s Investigation Into T.M. Landry U.S., November 30

    Based on interviews with 46 people, including parents, former and current students and more, and examinations of legal and school records, The Times found the school abused students and doctored college applications.

  11. It’s Not the Economy, Stupid Op Ed, November 29

    How to conduct economic policy in an age of social collapse.

  12. Are Civics Lessons a Constitutional Right? These Students Are Suing for Them National, November 28

    Many see the lack of civics in schools as a national crisis. A federal lawsuit says it also violates the law.

  13. The Link Between August Birthdays and A.D.H.D. Op Ed, November 28

    A new study raises questions about age, maturity and overdiagnosis.

  14. Cindy Hyde-Smith Is Teaching Us What Segregation Academies Taught Her Op Ed, November 28

    The campaign gaffes of Mississippi’s newly elected senator reveal the way that the past is always present.

  15. Harold O. Levy, Progressive New York City Schools Chief, Dies at 65 Obits, November 27

    Mr. Levy, who was the chancellor of New York City’s vast public school system from 2000 to 2002, attracted thousands of new teachers by insisting on higher starting wages.

  16. Betsy DeVos’s New Harassment Rules Protect Schools, Not Students Op Ed, November 27

    Institutions have been lobbying for less liability when it comes to sexual misconduct on campus. Now they’re finally getting it.

  17. Students Who Made Apparent Nazi Salute in Photo Won’t Be Punished Express, November 24

    The superintendent said the school district was “not in a position” to discipline the students because of their First Amendment rights.

  18. New York City High Schoolers Get Their Day in Court Editorial, November 23

    A new civic-education project in a Manhattan federal courthouse gives teenagers a positive experience with the law.

  19. St. Michael’s, a Toronto All-Boys School, Is Rocked by Accusations of Sexual Assaults Foreign, November 23

    St. Michael’s College School was known for tradition, Catholic faith and elite sports. Then videos of hazing assaults began circulating, leading to students’ arrests.

  20. In China, a School Trains Boys to Be ‘Real Men’ Business, November 23

    Employing American football and chest-thumping chants, Tang Haiyan offers an answer to a country that worries that its sons are too coddled and feminine. “We will never cultivate sissies,” he says.

  21. Bloomberg’s Gift to College Students Letters, November 22

    The $1.8 billion gift to Johns Hopkins is praised for its generosity, but some readers suggest that such a sum could be better spent to boost less elite institutions and students.

  22. Happy Thanksgiving, Teachers Op Ed, November 22

    Today, I’ll be thinking about the best teachers I ever had.

  23. Texas Students Will Now Learn That Slavery Was ‘Central’ to the Civil War U.S., November 21

    The new educational standards also retained mentions of Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller, after there was talk of removing them. Critics say the changes don’t go far enough.

  24. Chickenpox Outbreak at School Linked to Vaccine Exemptions Express, November 20

    It is the largest outbreak in North Carolina since the chickenpox vaccine first became available in 1995.

  25. It’s Time to Invest in Electric Buses Letters, November 20

    A public advocacy group describes the advantages.

  26. Some Schools Allow Children to Register With a Gender Option Besides Girl or Boy Well, November 19

    The term ‘nonbinary’ on school forms signals a new inclusiveness, experts say.

  27. Bloomberg Gives $1.8 Billion to Johns Hopkins for Student Aid National, November 18

    The donation would underwrite “need-blind” admissions and eliminate the need for low- and moderate-income students at the university to take out loans.

  28. Eliminating All Student Debt Isn’t Progressive Op Ed, November 18

    It would be a giant welfare program for the upper middle class.

  29. Michael Bloomberg: Why I’m Giving $1.8 Billion for College Financial Aid Op Ed, November 18

    Let’s eliminate money problems from the admissions equation for qualified students.

  30. A School Strike That Never Quite Ended Op Ed, November 17

    The struggle over who should teach in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville district of Brooklyn 50 years ago changed the trajectory of modern liberalism.

  31. Missing From Top Colleges: Veterans Op Ed, November 15

    But several universities are now promising to do better.

  32. Not Far From Flint, Contamination Has Left Detroit School Taps Dry National, November 15

    Elevated lead and copper in school water fountains prompted officials to shut them down. Officials say they have a solution, but some Detroiters worry about “a baby Flint.”

  33. End the School Bus Nightmares for New York Families Opinion, November 14

    New York City must build a school bus system that works for the students it is intended to serve.

  34. End the School Bus Nightmares for New York Families Opinion, November 14

    New York City must build a school bus system that works for the students it is intended to serve.

  35. Voters Widely Support Public Schools. So Why Is It So Hard to Pay for Them? National, November 14

    A wave of teacher walkouts helped candidates ride to victory. But when it came to raising state taxes, voters in red and purple states rebelled.

  36. Message on a Cave Wall Letters, November 13

    A reader celebrates the role of the arts in human history.

  37. Photo of More Than 60 Students Giving Apparent Nazi Salute Is Being Investigated National, November 12

    An image of about 60 male high school students in Baraboo, Wis., many of them smiling gleefully with one arm in the air, went viral and drew condemnation.