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Joe Biden’s busing record was recently challenged by Kamala Harris, reopening discussion about its role, effectiveness, and where we stand now.
Dartmouth College settled a lawsuit with nine women over sexual harassment and assault. It will also address sexual misconduct and power imbalances.
A new South Dakota law took effect this month requiring all public schools to paint, stencil, or otherwise prominently display the national motto.
Rising student loan debt among older Americans is prompting questions about what resources exist to help people get solvent in their retirement years.
A private school near Cleveland become the first U.S. all-girls school to launch a varsity esports team, a field dominated by male students. The key to attracting girls to esports, one educator found, was to expand the kinds of games offered.
Educational technology is becoming more common in schools across the country. But that also means data rich, tech-based classrooms are vulnerable to hackers.
Men's biographies outnumber those of women on Wikipedia. So Yale students and faculty held an "editathon" Tuesday to make the site more inclusive.
After a promising first meeting in 2017, Jesuits affiliated with Georgetown and descendants of enslaved people are working to find common ground.
Morehouse 2019 grads won't have debt, and HBCU enrollment is on the uptick. Why more students are looking at HBCUs, even as debt is a big problem.
After a historic vote by Georgetown students, a reconciliation fee to benefit descendants of enslaved people has not yet been approved by the school.
School safety advocate Kyle Kashuv was headed for Harvard University. But then comments he made as a 16-year-old surfaced on social media. Mr. Kashuv has apologized and insists he's grown, but the university is holding firm on its zero tolerance for hate.
After pleading guilty to bribery charges in March, former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer avoided prison time in a June 12 sentencing. Mr. Vandemoer is the first of many college officials facing charges from a nationwide college admissions scandal.
A little-noticed new approach helps employers to fill cubicles with reliable workers and universities to provide an alternative way to pay tuition.
In light of concerns over the impact of social media on students’ mental health, schools are taking steps to discourage unhealthy relationships with technology.
At Paradise High School in California, 900 of the 980 students lost their homes during the deadly Camp Fire in November 2018. Most buildings around the high school burned to the ground, but the school buildings and football field remain intact.
Baltimore is offering a challenging curriculum that speaks directly to students’ lives and may help them write a positive new narrative for the city.
As ‘free college’ plans proliferate, more is being learned about what’s covered and what’s not. The bottom line, say students: Read the fine print.
Many educators say textbook publishers are behind in providing useful climate change content. As cash-strapped schools seek trustworthy lesson plans, they're confronted by offerings from climate change doubters and the oil industry.
A fresh debate emerges over a U.S. program designed to cancel student loans for certain public workers, but which has largely failed to deliver. Some Republicans see the program as a lost cause, while a group of Democrats propose a new bill that would simplify the rules.
Thirty-three wealthy parents have been charged in what authorities call the biggest college admissions case ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. Two parents pleaded not guilty Monday to charges they paid half a million dollars to land their daughters in a California school.
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