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The two men, one Canadian and one Indonesian, were convicted in April of sexually assaulting kindergartners, charges their school said had been fabricated.
Mora made what U.C.L.A. called “a major personal financial commitment” to the university’s new football training complex.
The state and federal education departments had warned that districts with high refusal rates risked losing funds. But it is far from certain such action will be taken.
The state’s highest court “encouraged” Gov. Jay Inslee to call the Legislature into a special session to find a way to close the gap in spending between rich and poor schools.
Mrs. Clinton’s ambitious plan to reduce debt in higher education has put pressure on her campaign opponents to propose their own solutions to an intractable problem.
The program, announced by survivors and families, aims to help colleges and universities ask the hard questions about how they handle campus hazards.
The three-member group, which will offer recommendations to the school board and the state, will be led by Dennis M. Walcott, a former New York City schools chancellor.
What is the Cereal Killer Cafe, and how do the identical bearded brothers who run it celebrate the cereal theme?
National Briefing | Midwest: Illinois: Chancellor Who Resigned Is to Be Fired Instead, and Lose Bonus
University of Illinois officials plan to dismiss Chancellor Phyllis Wise rather than accept her resignation and pay her a $400,000 bonus.
Amplify, the education division of Rupert Murdoch’s company, is in an “advanced stage of negotiations” with a potential buyer.
Just 31 percent of third through eighth graders passed state reading tests and 38 percent passed math, both slight improvements from last year.
New devices include some to help students with note-taking, navigating a laptop and data storage. But first, there’s a way to dispose of old gadgets.
The University of Minnesota will begin an outside investigation of its athletic department and its former director, Norwood Teague, who resigned because of sexual harassment complaints, a school official said.