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In the wake of turmoil on the Maryland campus, including the resignation of the president, leaders hope to create more opportunities for students.
Eric T. Schneiderman, the attorney general of New York state, defends the right of immigrant children to a quality education.
Experts say more colleges want presidents with business acumen, but turmoil at Mount St. Mary’s shows it can be risky.
The digital filmmaking department created a bachelor’s program, with the filmmaker Nicolás Pereda at the helm. But many students were upset by the departure of a popular director.
In wake of elevated lead levels in Flint, Mich., Newark officials say that elevated levels in school drinking fountains are not cause for safety concerns.
The Learning Network: 8 Compelling Mini-Documentaries to Teach Close Reading and Critical Thinking Skills
Short documentary films can stir up ideas in the classroom to get students discussing, debating, thinking and writing. And, they can serve as a refreshing break from print media to help students explore curriculum themes and practice important literacy skills.
The dean of U.C. Berkeley School of Law resigns after a sexual harassment lawsuit is filed against him.
But the departure of the team's captain set off a debate in the university about sexual assault, after the team showed public support for him.
The report reccommends that the city government pump an extra $38 million into early childhood care.
After a flawed sexual assault investigation, a Naval Academy instructor fights to prove he has done nothing wrong. But did he?
Gathering to remember Elizabeth Garrett, Cornell's 13th president, will be held March 17 and shown via a live webcast.