October 10, 2012 NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin hosts a live radio broadcast and Twitter education forum on where the nation's schools stand. Follow the national conversation and add your own ideas. Is your school broken? Who is responsible for making our schools better? Use #npredchat.
October 10, 2012 The Supreme Court has twice in the past 35 years ruled that race may be one of many factors in determining college admissions, as long as there are no racial quotas. But in agreeing to revisit the issue, the justices are indicating a possible change in course. They hear oral arguments Wednesday.
October 9, 2012 The Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday in a case that may decide the future of race-based admissions policies at the University of Texas and around the country. While today's campus is highly diverse, students report that racial divides and stereotypes still exist.
October 3, 2012 NHPRSmartphones and tablets can be a big distraction to students, but some schools are embracing these Internet-ready mobile devices as tools for learning. Bring-your-own-device policies have benefits in the classroom, but there are drawbacks, too.
October 1, 2012 Fifty years ago, James Meredith, the first black student at the University of Mississippi, had to be escorted by federal marshals to his mostly empty classes. Today, black and white Ole Miss students sit together in a class about the school's integration. Still, students say there's more to be done.