Nearly $6 million in grants will support local efforts to increase attainment beyond high school
Over 40 online college courses available tuition-free and for credit to anyone who wants them
Cornerstone Montgomery announced it has received its single largest gift toward its Shortest Path to a Better Life Capital Campaign. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation gifted Cornerstone Montgomery $600,000 to dedicate...
Contrary to a fatherâ€™s perception, your daughters do want to hear from you
Research shows time away from the books over the summer sets many children back academically
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has partnered with world vision to distribute 100,000 malaria bed nets to families in a region in Mozambique
Lumina Foundationâ€™s "2017 A Stronger Nation" tracks state, county, and metro-area data
The key to ensuring quality early childhood education is to develop a well-educated and fairly compensated early childhood workforce
Every two years, more than 150 children living with type 1 diabetes gather in Washington, D.C. for the JDRF Childrenâ€™s Congress
Under the U.S. House-passed American Health Care Act of 2017, childrenâ€™s Medicaid funding would be cut by at least 43 billion dollars over 10 years.
The new book - Energy Sprawl Solutions: Balancing Global Development and Conservation, provides a roadmap for an energy future that conserves functional and connected ecosystems
Proceeds from the event will support families in treatment for pediatric cancer in the Greater Washington, DC-area
Tips to empower women to make their health a priority and help women take small, manageable steps for better health
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) offers a wide range of opportunities for individuals who want to make good on the promise our country gave to our heroes.
All proceeds of this inaugural race in North Carolina will go to support families undergoing treatment for pediatric cancers and blood disorders at Duke Childrenâ€™s and UNC Childrenâ€™s Hospital
Budget cuts would also slash foreign aid during a time of worsening famine
Billie Jean King, Lilly Ledbetter, Patricia Arquette and Mary J. Blige honored at inaugural awards event in Washington, DC