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At least two are affected.
A racist video circulating on social media shows a woman wearing a university T-shirt rapping about killing black people.
There is no clear picture of the impact of tax benefits on budgets or higher education, according to Pew Charitable Trusts.
And what her supporters had hoped.
National achievement on the demanding tests continues to rise.
Trump believes the issue is best left to states, a spokesman says. According to a draft letter, withdrawal of guidance would allow administration “to further consider the legal issues involved.”
The Project on Predatory Student Lending at Harvard Law School is suing the Justice Department for withholding documents that could help for-profit college students get their federal education loans canceled.
A college student writes about the continual anxiety of finding money to help pay for his education.
It's on page 1,056 of the 3,512-page proposed 2018-19 budget.
The details are almost unbelievable -- but they happened.
The school enrolls 135 students with severe physical and intellectual needs.
D.C. public school focuses on the success of black and Latino students.
KIPP DC schools has reduced its hours thanks to a competitive market for the best teachers.
One high school teacher described students who joined “A Day Without Immigrants” as “lazy.” Others said classes were quieter and more productive.
Kaya Henderson reacts to remarks Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made about teachers she saw at a D.C. public school.
Jefferson Middle School Academy responded to DeVos's claim that its teachers are in 'receive mode.'
A course under consideration would have taught students how to “apply a biblical perspective” to speech writing.
The new education secretary accused critics of wanting to keep the status quo. One begs to differ.
The education secretary opted for a new security team after an encounter with protesters.