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A popular college admissions practice is unjust and unwise.
Donald Trump should focus on the millions of young people in debt.
Florida school officials found that band leader had inappropriate communications with a student, and authorities have concerns about potential misconduct in Loudoun County.
High school students in Sterling, Va., teamed up with a children’s book author to write and illustrate 15 children’s stories that now appear on library shelves, and in El Salvador.
D.C. Council unanimously confirmed Wilson, who will begin leading the school system in February.
The American Bar Association says the agency retroactively changed some eligibility requirements, potentially leaving participants on the hook.
To recoup student debt, the government is leaving people who rely on Social Security with benefits that fall below federal poverty guidelines, the GAO says.
After a high-profile football boycott at the University of Minnesota, two lawyers write about their concerns that it could harm students' due process rights in campus sexual assault cases.
School officials pledge that every single application will be read at least twice before UCLA makes admission decisions.
Charlotte School of Law will no longer receive federal loans and grants because it misled students about their chances of passing the bar and because of its shaky accreditation with the American Bar Association.
Allegations involving the football program are yet more bad news for an athletics department that has struggled on and off the field in recent years.
They Thought They Qualified for Student Loan Forgiveness. Years Later, the Government Changes Its Mind.
The Education Department is sued by lawyers who thought they had qualified for a federal loan-forgiveness program only to be told later that they did not.