From staff reports
Students participating in a recent Stephen F. Austin State University science academy spent the week learning to charge cellphones with fruits and vegetables, assessing the geological stability of houses, solving crimes through computer coding, building rockets and designing vehicle collisio…
The government this month began charging families less to borrow money for college as newly lowered interest rates on federal student loans took effect.
Courts have sided repeatedly with student loan borrowers demanding that the U.S. Education Department process their applications for debt relief, yet more than 180,000 people are still waiting for a decision. Now, some of them are again turning to the courts for help.
Texas State Technical College in Marshall is planning its first “Future Fair” July 13 to introduce prospective students and community members to its high-demand job programs.
The Educational Results Partnership named its Honor Roll schools and districts, with one local school district getting a district honor and multiple local schools making the list.
A $206,323 grant from the Texas Workforce Commission is helping Panola College expand its dual-credit certified nurse aide to Marion County.
All the world’s a stage, they say, and the Longview World of Wonders children’s museum and creative center became a stage this week as Texas Shakespeare Festival actors led a “World of William” creative arts day camp for children.
My son, Joe, and his wife have three sons, ages 10, 8 and 5. Like many parents, they are trying to limit the time the boys spend staring at computer screens. Their California school system and the state are making that difficult.
NASA engineer Manuel Rodriguez visited the Sammy Brown Library Wednesday to tell kids in the summer reading program all about the history of the space program and his role in it.
HALLSVILLE — Hallsville ISD is once again teaming up with city, business and community officials to bring back its popular summer reading program for a fourth summer, co-organizer Brandon Sheffield said Friday.
In the U.S., a college degree has usually meant financial security. But increased competition and overwhelming student debt are making that outcome less of a given.
It was a day of celebration for the senior class of the University of Texas at Tyler’s University Academy as they became the school’s first graduating class.
UPDATE: LeTourneau University reports the team's scoring was reviewed and an error found that moved the team up to a third place finish. The finish is now the program's highest overall ranking in program history.
Graduating Kilgore High School seniors were awarded with more than $1 million in scholarship awards at a Scholarship and Awards Assembly held at First Baptist Church on Friday.
Mariah Stewart is 16 and has already completed pharmacy technician school and is getting ready to start at Kilgore College in the fall.
Every decision Ngoc Nguyen has made over the past 8 years has led her here, from her home in Vietnam to walking the stage half a world away as the valedictorian of the first graduating class of the University of Texas at Tyler’s College of Pharmacy.
A dozen area high school students were named recently to $64,000 in Harvest Festival Scholarships, the nonprofit 4-H and FFA booster organization announced.
MARSHALL — The competition was heating up in Marshall on Thursday as Texas State Technical College hosted its fourth annual welding contest for East Texas high school students.
Justin Chae woke up from a nap 10 minutes after Stanford University let early-action applicants for the freshman class of 2023 know whether they’d been admitted. With his camera perched next to him, Chae opened up his laptop.
Third-grade students at a school in New York were using a workbook created by an international publishing company when they noticed that it had incorrect information about Christopher Columbus.
Some Marshall ISD students received recognition from a special guest Friday who flew in just to thank them for the work of their student led tutoring group and give them some more resources.
Students in Texas State Technical College's Troubleshooting Distribution Systems class were doing hands-on learning before the sun rose Thursday.
Stephen F. Austin State University students working at campus media outlets picked up a combined 20 awards during the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association annual competition and convention March 13 through 16 at the Omni Corpus Christi Hotel.