A college degree is worth it, more so today than ever before. Rana Foroohar tells Christine Romans about a six-year high school that’s backed by IBM and can guarantee job opportunities for its students.
The key to improving American schools could be improving the quality of teachers. Christine Romans sits down with education historian Diane Ravitch.
Serving up a lot more than croissants and orange juice at this brunch. Christine Romans sits down with Christiane Amanpour and Candy Crowley to discuss the state of U.S. education.
If the government shuts down, the kids won't be alright. Education Secretary Arne Duncan shares concerns with Christine Romans about how political infighting is jeopardizing the future of American children.
Nothing in American life has risen in price so quickly as a college education, up more than 500 percent since 1985. But does going into the red to pay for a degree mean more green for graduates? Christine Romans reports.
College costs are soaring, and families can't keep up. President Obama has a plan to help students make better decisions, but will it work?
Interest rates are set to double on July 1. Zain Asher explains what this means for college kids in a nation already loaded with student loan debt.