Sign up for the MSNBC newsletter
You have been successfully added to our newsletter.
Let our news meet your inbox
Are Mississippi's schools in dire straits?
A superintendent in Carroll County says he slashed his salary from $85,000 to $18,000 to better educate his underserved kids, but no one in government seems to care. Seema Iyer reports.
Education on MSNBC
How a scheduling conflict is costing the U.S. $55B each year04:50
TX voted to remove Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from curriculum06:22
Time looks into the demand for higher teacher pay06:13
#MonumentalAmerican: Weatherman, olympian, teacher, and veteran00:59
DOJ joins Asian-American discrimination lawsuit against Harvard02:05
Betsy DeVos wants to use taxpayer money to put guns in classrooms06:40