35% of U.S. parents with children younger than 18 say they are extremely or very worried that their children might be bullied at some point.
Roughly one-in-five teenagers who have heard of ChatGPT say they have used it to help them do their schoolwork.
In 2021, nearly 2.5 million Latinos in the United States held advanced degrees such as master’s degrees or doctorates.
63% of Americans are pessimistic about the country’s moral and ethical standards, and 59% are pessimistic about its education system.
School has started in most of the United States. On average, K-12 public schools will be in session close to 180 days this year.
‘Back to school’ means anytime from late July to after Labor Day, depending on where in the U.S. you live
Most K-12 students at U.S. public schools have a school year of about 180 days, but when that year starts and ends varies substantially by region.
Public K-12 schools in the United States educate about 7.3 million students with disabilities – a number that has grown over the last few decades.
Private, selective colleges are most likely to use race, ethnicity as a factor in admissions decisions
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to limit affirmative action in higher education is likely to have the biggest impact on a relatively small group of schools.
Americans and affirmative action: How the public sees the consideration of race in college admissions, hiring
Here’s a closer look at what recent surveys have found about Americans’ views of affirmative action.
About half of Asian adults who have heard of affirmative action (53%) say it is a good thing, 19% say it is a bad thing, and 27% say they don’t know whether it is good or bad. However, about three-quarters of all Asian adults (76%) say race or ethnicity should not factor into college admissions decisions.