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America's outsize spending on criminal justice comes at the expense of schooling, write Lori Bezahler and Allison R. Brown.
Thousands of Virginians may be eligible for student loan forgiveness. And they might not even know it.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Tuesday said his office is notifying some 5,300 people who attended a chain of defunct for-profit colleges of their eligibility for federal student loan forgiveness.
An examination of why the data from PISA can be as wrong as the data was predicting the Brexit vote in Britain and the U.S. presidential election.
They include two in Montgomery County and one each in Anne Arundel, Howard, Frederick and Calvert counties.
The civil rights organization's controversial position was strongly criticized — but it isn't backing down.
Math scores drop for U.S. high schoolers while reading and science scores stay the same.
The U.S. fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers.
Rolling Stone wants a judge to reverse a jury's $3 million verdict in case regarding its retracted U-Va. gang rape story.
Report shows number of graduates peaked in 2013, but Hispanic graduate numbers are booming.