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Some at left-leaning campuses are stunned by the Republican’s victory, while supporters celebrate.
Racist social media messages sent to several black freshmen included a “daily lynching” calendar and a reference to Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a fraternity that had an OU chapter that was previously accused of racism.
Social class plays a role in whether students will graduate from college. Now evidence from a new study finds that class also plays a role in the job market after college.
A protest against Trump at the University of Central Missouri was interrupted by counter-protesters. How the confrontation ended was surprising.
Swastikas, blackface and name-calling worry administrators, students and parents.
The tax was projected to deliver $67 million to the school system to support teacher salary increases.
One possibility is dipping into the previously secret strategic investment fund.
University of Pennsylvania officials said the Group Me texts originated in Oklahoma, and they are trying to cut the account off.
The incident at a Bethesda, Md. school is the second in the past two weeks.
In Indiana, Pence boosted taxpayer-funded options that give parents more school choice, potentially a central element of the Trump administration’s approach to national education.
Some blast Baltimore County schools chief and call for his resignation.
The NAACP said it has received reports about students "being spit on, attacked, and called names because of their race or perceived Immigrant status" at York County School of Technology.
Student at Atholton High posted photo and racial epithet on social media.
A pediatric occupational therapist says the restrictions being put on young children's play is hurting their growth.
There are those who stay and those who go. My friend Sheree wanted to stay and I wanted to go. It could easily have been the other way around.
Victories in the Nov. 8 election further strengthen the hand of Republican policymakers in state capitals as they frame their K-12 agendas under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
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