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Prince George’s has placed more than 200 employees on leave amid allegations of inappropriate conduct, abuse or neglect.
A new study suggests that biases against black children, especially black boys, are creeping into classrooms filled with 4-year-olds.
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Confrontations have been powerful symbols of both the challenges and the possibilities that face universities -- and the nation -- in what many believe is an increasingly volatile racial climate.
Grant Strobl says the University of Michigan's "designated pronoun” policy is another step "down this road of political correctness."
University president says schools must ensure students graduate with skills relevant for today’s workforce and an education that prepares them for an increasingly complex and unpredictable world.
The former president of the universities of Michigan and Iowa argues that states must invest again in higher ed.
A round-up of everything you need to know about repaying your student loans.
Four pieces of advice from high school counselors and college admissions officers as students and their families consider higher education.
Deputy Superintendent Steven Lockard will lead Virginia’s largest school district on an interim basis, beginning in December.
The school system switched to a contractor in 2008 in an attempt to save money.
Lyntell Washington was seven months pregnant when she was found in a ditch in Louisiana.
Students reported seeing a man with a gun on campus Thursday, but it turned out to be a Navy ROTC member with a replica rifle used in training.
'One of the most important Supreme Court Justices ever': Justices, academics dedicate Scalia Law School
Justices and academics gathered to honor the late Supreme Court justice at George Mason University's law school, which is named for him.
The administrator, Lisa S. Coico, announced her resignation a day after The New York Times contacted officials with questions about the handling of more than $150,000 of her personal expenses.
Adolescent-brain science findings suggest four things that middle and high school teachers should stop doing, writes psychologist Thomas Armstrong.
Failure to reach a deal could send teachers in the nation’s third-largest district onto the streets for a second mass walkout in four years.
Students in a Nebraska high school's government class are participating in weekly mock congressional hearings, in which they -More-