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The dean of the College at the University of Chicago sent a letter to incoming freshmen emphasizing the school's commitment to free speech, even if that speech might be upsetting to some students.
The memo states: "The stations that are deemed inappropriate include any religious, rap music or talk show programs."
The Department of Education has curtailed the for-profit company's access to millions of dollars in federal financial aid, a potential death blow for the publicly traded company.
They aren't the standard "what is your homework policy" questions.
"Policy Patrons" provides unusual detail into the thinking of four big foundations involved in education.
New York City's former mayor aims to help other mayors tackle urban problems.
BASIS DC tells parents that exercise isn’t for everyone.
The 4-year-old Prince George’s Co. girl crossed a street with the help of a Good Samaritan.
The for-profit chain also faces a series of other measures, including a payment of $153 million to the Department of Education.
Our national parks offer educational opportunities to narrow the "experience gap," write Milton Chen and U.S. National Park Service director Jonathan B. Jarvis.
Pass rates were low for a second year, math scores inched up and English remained flat.
In the majority-black school district, black students with disabilities faced suspension at 13 times the rate as white peers without disabilities.
The lawsuit alleges that Connecticut's limits on magnet and charter schools have trapped poor students in failing schools.
'Arne Duncan was the reform secretary. What the United States now needs is a learning secretary who promotes challenging and joyful learning for all students...' — Andy Hargreaves