Pearson CEO John Fallon talks about the relationship the education and publishing group has with a group of international teaching unions.
Pearson CEO John Fallon tells CNBC it’s for the board to decide his annual salary while commenting on additional pay that he receives.
Pearson CEO John Fallon talks about the importance of technology and quality of education, following the release of its latest earnings.
School educators and advocacy organizations are telling lawmakers Republicans' efforts would force states to "ration health care for children."
Singapore's reliance on foreign labor may shift, with the city-state's central bank pointing on Thursday to a cautious employment outlook.
Duff McDonald, "The Golden Passport" author, talks about the history of cronyism among Harvard Business School graduates and why he thinks the school needs to get back to its original thesis of preserving capitalism.
Andrew Cuomo is proposing the Excelsior Scholarship. The goal is to alleviate the financial stresses of student loans and make higher education a reality for New York's middle class.
Justin Weinberg, co-founder & CEO of 101 and the winner of Inc. Magazine's coolest college startup, discusses his mobile education startup bringing the classroom into the digital age.
The decision ends legal battles with customers who claimed they were misled by promises to learn Trump's secrets of success.
More than half a million people may be saddled with a whole lot more student debt than they thought.
Education technology is expected to grow to $16 billion in just a few years, and tech giants want in on the new lesson plan.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the prison education program at San Quentin Prison where inmates are being taught coding and technology job skills.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on what the 2017 budget blueprint could mean for education.
Syrian children suffered the most war-related violations in 2016 as the civil war waged on for the sixth year, a UNICEF report showed.
China's education minister said that university ideology classes should appeal more to younger people, the SCMP reports.
The Ayala Corporation has made a push to invest in businesses that could play a major role in shaping the country's "social infrastructure."
U.S. News, has assembled thousands of data points about the states and produced an online portal that enables anyone to easily see what makes some states stronger and draw comparisons with others. Here are some highlights.
It's in higher education that the new administration’s power is likely to be felt most keenly and quickly, New York Times reports.
Oxford University has refuted claims that it could launch its first overseas campus amid Brexit pressures.
Steven Brill, Axios contributor and "America's Bitter Pill" author, discusses Betsy DeVos' confirmation as Education secretary and what it could mean for schools across the country.