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While education professionals around the nation prepare for the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act, four educators—including a teacher, principal, district leader, and state chief—and a civil rights advocate share their unique perspectives on the new law.
The president of Talladega College issued a statement arguing, in essence, that the presidential inauguration is about something bigger than Donald J. Trump.
Although Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal would help many families, a close examination of costs will be required to make sure it is workable.
After American University removes a controversial sculpture, the artist says the school has violated its own contract with him and stifled free expression. But critics say the piece wrongly glorifies a man convicted of murdering two FBI agents.
Inequality in Maryland's higher education system will take center stage next week in a trial to resolve a decade-old lawsuit over the lack of investment in the state's historically black colleges and universities.
DeVos is one of eight Trump picks that Democrats have singled out for extra scrutiny.
'I’m a college student, but I was treated like a criminal. How can I not incorporate that into my world view?'
College activists — especially students of color — are often seen as intolerant and hypersensitive. One explains why they react the way they do.