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The two candidates offer vastly different views on what ails public schools and how they should be fixed.
We asked questions about a number of topics, including school funding, school choice, standardized testing, early-childhood education and the Common Core State Standards. And we asked some personal questions, including whether they ever cheated in school.
The resignation of Lisa S. Coico has created a leadership vacuum at the university amid two investigations, with a third looming.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday announced the state Department of Health has provided 128 public high schools in Pennsylvania with free Narcan, a nasal spray that within minutes can reverse effects of an opioid or heroin overdose.
Schools must help lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students develop a positive sense of their LGBT identities, writes Michael Sadowski.
When Larycia Hawkins, the first black woman to receive tenure at Wheaton College, made a symbolic gesture of support for Muslims, the evangelical college became divided over what intellectual freedom on its campus really meant.
An N.A.A.C.P. call for a ban on the schools’ expansion could hurt children stuck in traditional public schools that are broken.
The U.S. Naval Academy celebrated an unexpected win with an unexpected move — canceling classes Tuesday. Some welcomed the day off, while others objected.
Group cites child abuse and staff misconduct in the Maryland school system.
Programs that fall short of new expectations will lose access to some federal aid.
Cable news networks devote little airtime to issues of college affordability, despite public interest, says Media Matters.