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Retrial ordered in case of Rutgers student who killed himself after being spied on kissing another man
A new trial was ordered Friday for a former Rutgers University student whose roommate committed suicide
It was the latest university to confront its own history, after a wave of student protests last year amid racial tensions nationally.
Request for review stops short of the outside investigation into findings of corporal punishment.
More than 3,000 D.C. Public Schools students took AP courses last school year, an increase of 73 percent since 2010. Passage rates also have increased.
Amid scandal after scandal, Gov. Jerry Brown has to decide whether to sign a charter accountability bill or not.
Protecting students’ civil rights and limiting overly harsh discipline are the goals of new guidelines on school policing.
History teachers across the country are among those educating about the attacks of 9/11 to their students, many of whom were -More-
There are three key ways that teachers can encourage students to become co-owners of their education, author Barbara Blackbur -More-
An advisory committee in Iowa has recommended that schools there focus more on state history. -More-
The US Department of Education and Department of Justice this week offered suggestions to schools and states about how they s -More-
The average school should be prepared to triple its internet bandwidth in the next three years, according to a report by the -More-
Fourth-graders at a school in Alaska chatted via Skype with world decathlon champion Bryan Clay. -More-
Skulls and artifacts from the wreck of the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's warship that sank in 1545, are going on display in 3D reco -More-
Margaret Thatcher, prime minister