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George Washington University in D.C. is among the most prominent test-optional schools.
GOP wants new president to cooperate more with local schools on civil rights in education.
A Democrat who agrees to become Trump's Education Secretary would become the agent of a destructive agenda, writes Shavar Jeffries, of Democrats for Education Reform.
15 states allow schools to physically punish students for infractions.
Liberty U. president was an early backer of the Republican's presidential campaign.
After someone burned a flag following Trump’s win, Hampshire College's president says school will not fly any flag — at least for a while.
Inaccurate information and poor coordination between federal agencies is putting members of the military at risk of paying more on their student loans than necessary.
Higher-education leaders seem to aim their plea at President-elect Donald Trump.
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A school bus driver who authorities say was speeding along a narrow, winding road when he wrapped his vehicle around a tree was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide in the deaths of five children.