Despite a sluggish economy, the outlook for these careers is very, very good.
Pa. school board won't let transgender student's male name be read during graduation ceremony
High school cheerleader in suburban Minneapolis accused of prostituting younger student
Wichita State fires Stephenson after 36 seasons; dismissal follows losses in NCAA regional
AirTran throws 100 students, plus chaperones, off flight from NYC to Atlanta
7 hurt in explosion in building at suburban NYC college, injuries not life-threatening
University of Virginia offering new architecture doctoral degree in constructed environment
Senate Democrats propose successor to No Child Left Behind that gives states more control
What do Spike Lee, Bob Saget and John Lasseter have in common? Student Academy Awards
5 Fla. students accused of selling stolen guns on campus at private Christian school
Only 45 percent of this spring's college graduates have a job offer waiting for them, but prospects are much better in some cities than others, and Washington is among the best places for graduates to start their new life, both professionally and socially, according to a list of top cities for graduates.
Univ. of New Mexico prof tweets 'obese' doctorial applicants don't have 'willpower' to finish
Virginia Tech board OKs demolition of 2 Corps of Cadets dorms
Maryland teacher injured in Boston Marathon explosions leaves hospital, looks forward to hugs
Fairfax County school officials on Tuesday plan to discuss a proposal that would start the school day later.
Ohio State president, under fire for anti-Catholic joke, won't keynote parochial graduation
Former Naval Academy instructor gets 2 months jail, $60K fine in incident with female students
Newtown officials ordered to provide 911 calls to public records panel for review