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Student recommended for mental health screening after drawing picture of lynching and ‘Black Lives Matter’
The 11-year-old said he intended the drawing, part of a class assignment, to show that racism is not dead.
The 2016 election cycle is unique in revealing the ugly details of democracy.
“Zero tolerance” policies in schools have resulted in the suspension of three million students each year, and are shown to have a disproportionate effect on minority students.
The old Ashburn Colored School building, which dates to 1892, was spray-painted with graffiti that covered three sides of the structure.
Parents of a child with autism write about their experience.
He created the 'theory of multiple intelligences.' What if Howard Gardner were U.S. education secretary?
An interview, the third in a series.
California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes bills seeking more accountability for troubled charter-school sector
The state's charter sector has been called the "Wild West" for its lack of oversight.
The school system says the early education program will get a new name and $5.5 million in local funds.
The public school in central Virginia will be the backdrop for nationally televised event with Mike Pence and Tim Kaine.
The 14-year-old faces a petit larceny charge after he grabbed a milk in the school cafeteria.
An East Tennessee State University student was charged with civil rights intimidation after attempt to disrupt campus event.
Nearly 80,000 students of defunct for-profit giant Corinthian Colleges are facing some form of debt collection, even though the Department of Education unearthed enough evidence of fraud to forgive their student loans, says Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
The 2016-17 high court term could prove to be the most consequential in years for K-12, including cases on special education and aid to religion.
As Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump squared off, a crowd of high school debate team members gathered at a watching party in Nevada were less than impressed.
Dallas and other urban districts opened new single-gender schools this year, aiming to boost access to specialized programs and compete with charter, private, or suburban schools.