With public trust in law enforcement plummeting, some believe the growth of police in schools can help restore confidence. Critics are concerned that too many children are being arrested for nonviolent offenses.
From Title IX investigations of feminist professors, trigger warnings on classic works of literature, and 'bias-free language' guides that include the term American, some critics are concerned cultural sensitivities may have gone too far on campus.
In the closest Congress has come to reauthorization, the House approved an overhaul of No Child Left Behind Wednesday, and the Senate is debating a bipartisan version this week. But many hurdles remain.
A new program at Minnesota’s Bethel University seeks to provide education, experience, and ultimately, employment to students with intellectual disabilities. More colleges are working to provide support for students with disabilities.
In Washington State, tuition at public institutions of higher learning grew by 34 percent over the past five years. The move by the Legislature to cut the rate also ties future tuition to the state’s average wage.
After last week's landmark Supreme Court ruling, the tax-exempt status of conservative religious institutions whose policies don't extend housing and other benefits to same-sex couples could be in question.