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The U.S. fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers.
I have loved reading all my life. But being an English major wouldn’t help my struggling family.
The suit against a campus paper that reported a woman’s allegation against a professor pits students seeking information and administrators concerned about privacy.
After intense debate over the legacy of slavery at Yale, a new report lays out broad principles for renaming buildings without erasing the past.
Neighbors and classmates described Abdul Razak Artan as a religious young man who took college seriously — and whose decision to act violently came as a shock.
Investigators say Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the student who wounded 11 people at the university, may have been inspired by a Qaeda propagandist, or by the Islamic State.
My inclusion on a new ‘watchlist’ is intended to shame me into silence.
A student who ran over people with a car and used a knife on the campus in Columbus was reported to have spoken about a sleeper cell.
Military veterans protested the decision this weekend, adding their voices to a debate on the Massachusetts campus that has seen the flag lowered, removed and even burned since the election.
The new website names nearly 200 professors who it says “advance a radical agenda in lecture halls.”
Liberals and conservatives, on campus and off, have spent too much time in their own political bubbles.
University communities have advantages like intellectual stimulation, cultural amenities and a healthy economic base without a high price tag.
Every Wednesday, Colbert Nembhard visits the Crotona Inn shelter, serving as a model for a New York City literacy effort geared toward boys and girls living in transient conditions.
A letter on behalf of the recently departed president of the school blaming top administrators for a scandal she is ensnared in seems to have energized the governor ethics campaign.
Ms. DeVos, a philanthropist, activist and Republican fund-raiser, has worked to give families vouchers to attend private schools and pressed to expand charter schools.
The president-elect’s first picks were white men, but now he has recruited two women: Gov. Nikki R. Haley of South Carolina and Betsy DeVos, a G.O.P. philanthropist.
Sworn statements described a scheme to cheat customers, and sales playbooks called for tapping into “the roller coaster of emotions” to get people to sign up.
Donald J. Trump’s victory may have paralyzed some elite campuses, but students at LaGuardia Community College in Queens remained focused on studies and jobs.
Despite his selection of Betsy DeVos as education secretary, any effort to promote vouchers from Washington would run up against structural realities.
Here is a look at five cases: Some of the people involved apologized. One denied being responsible. And another said his actions had been misconstrued.