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In the span of a week, students have faced widespread criticism after posting photos to social media.
Karen Garza announced her resignation Monday, three years after starting and shortly after renewing her contract.
"There's enough wealth in this world that no child should go hungry, especially in school," the Pennsylvania school cafeteria worker said.
Students and staff were evacuated for about 90 minutes after the second-hand threat.
A new analysis of college admissions policies found that half of the top 100 national liberal arts colleges on the U.S. News & World Report rankings now have test-optional or test-flexible policies. In addition, a record number of more than 870 colleges and universities now report having changed their admissions policies on requiring the ACT […]
D.C. Council member David Grosso (I-At Large) wants to establish a student loan ombudsman to regulate education loan servicers doing business in the District.
Montgomery County schools could open in September. But maybe in August. Two calendars are in the making.
DeVry Education Group will cap the amount of revenue it receives from federal student aid, getting in front of a controversial issue as the for-profit industry buckles under economic and regulatory pressure.