Kelisa Wing, an eighth-grade teacher in Georgia, was named the 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year by the Department of Defense Education Activity.<br>U.S. Army

Fort Benning educator wins military's Teacher of the Year award

Kelisa Wing, an eighth-grade English language arts teacher in Faith Middle School at Fort Benning, is the 2017 Teacher of the Year for the Department of Defense Education Activity.

Case Western establishes nation's first graduate program in military ethics

The Master of Arts in Military Ethics program formalizes a field of study that contends with questions of how advancing military technologies relate to the common humanity of both enemy and ally, the university said.

University of Phoenix owner's sale clears a crucial hurdle

The Higher Learning Commission, a college accreditation agency, has cleared the way for the $1.1 billion sale of Apollo Education Group, owner of the University of Phoenix, Western International University and College for Financial Planning, to a group of investors.

Southern Illinois university wants national honor society for military, veteran students

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has launched SALUTE, a national honor society that honors military and veteran students for their service and academic performance.

Feds: Too many career-training programs, for-profit schools leaving grads saddled with debt

Nearly a thousand career-training programs at for-profit colleges are leaving graduates saddled with debt that exceeds 12 percent of their total earnings, putting the schools at risk of losing access to federal loans and grants, the Education Department said in a report released Monday.

college profiles

Georgia State University

Georgia State’s urban campus, located in downtown Atlanta, offers great opportunities to network with local, state, and national companies, and has easy access to multiple military installations.