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"Simply put, as we see young black people chant 'Black Lives Matter' in the streets, their actions clearly indicate that black colleges matter as well."
Campus police said the Aug. 29 threats were from “a South American country.”
Fairfield and Bridgeport sit side by side and spend more per student than the national average, but the quality of the education they offer is worlds apart.
The most ridiculous part of Donald Trump's big education speech? Take your pick.
A little-heads up about uncomfortable and complex topics isn’t coddling. It helps students engage with one another.
Turning college into a zero-sum game hurts their chances of succeeding after graduation.
Retrial ordered in case of Rutgers student who killed himself after being spied on kissing another man
A new trial was ordered Friday for a former Rutgers University student whose roommate committed suicide
It was the latest university to confront its own history, after a wave of student protests last year amid racial tensions nationally.
Request for review stops short of the outside investigation into findings of corporal punishment.
More than 3,000 D.C. Public Schools students took AP courses last school year, an increase of 73 percent since 2010. Passage rates also have increased.
Amid scandal after scandal, Gov. Jerry Brown has to decide whether to sign a charter accountability bill or not.
Protecting students’ civil rights and limiting overly harsh discipline are the goals of new guidelines on school policing.
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