The MTA's cuts, targeting students and seniors, are even worse than past "doomsday" scenarios, but the truth is, none of these cuts are necessary.
Public high school students, as well as teachers and parents, are organizing in new ways against a proposalto take away free-and reduced-price Metrocards currently issued to students.
The Latino community continues to grow all over North Texas and they face a growing problem: no one to speak for or represent them.
Like thousands of undocumented youth living in the U.S., Rigoberto Padilla has led a normal life. He graduated from high school, enrolled in college, and joined the honor society.
The unexpected rising enrollment of college students has created an $18 billion shortfall in the Pell Grant program.
Students occupied Wheeler Hall on the University of California campus in Berkeley, protesting a decision by university regents to raise fees.
Thousands of students, faculty, campus workers and community supporters gathered Nov. 18 in historic Sproul Plaza to protest at proposed 32 percent fee hike.
Teachers, students and allies tell New Mexico lawmakers 'no cuts' to education.
More than 2,000 from Illinois marched on the state Capitol to demand funding for more than 137,000 students whose Monetary Assistance Program grants were only funded for half the school year.