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The Thomas Jefferson School of Law defended its data on graduate employment, which Anna Alaburda said in her suit was misleading, and a jury rejected her claims.
The Congressional Budget Office on Thursday projected a $7.7 billion surplus in funding for the federal Pell grant program this year, which means the government may have enough money to offer low-income students more financial aid.
Former Ole Miss student pleads guilty to hanging noose around statue honoring the first black student
During court admission, man said he knew rope and Confederate flag tied to statue would be threatening and intimidating to black students.
The district got a waiver from making up all its snow days; Montgomery’s request is still under consideration.
The Learning Network: The Ten-Dollar Founding Father Without a Father: Teaching and Learning With ‘Hamilton’
How will you teach with this “revolutionary musical about taking your shot, speaking your mind and turning the world upside down”? Here are some ideas for subjects across the curriculum.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, whose office says a proposal to reduce state financing was a negotiation tactic, has tried to parry attacks that he is hurting people in need.
The move leaves kids out of class, but teachers say they want to draw attention to a crisis in education funding.
The Department of Education issued a report highlighting public and private universities that excel at enrolling and graduating students who are needy enough to qualify for federal Pell grants.