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A Yale University professor from Iran confronts President Trump's executive order on immigration; even with green cards, he worries that he's no longer sure of the rules and that leaving the country has become a risk.
The school says it the ban threatens the school's ability to fulfill its mission of reaching out to students around the world.
The University of California at Berkeley campus is on lockdown as protests erupt over Milo Yiannopoulos's appearance
Five teens pleaded guilty to vandalizing the Ashburn Colored School in Virginia, which served black children before integration.
It reveals a big split in the school restructuring movement — and Broad's opposition could affect the DeVos confirmation vote in the Senate.
Opposition from Broad helps show extent of opposition to DeVos.
The new chief visited schools as he embarked on a mission to close achievement gaps.
A professor of sociology and education evaluates her responses.
The GOP defections add to mounting signs of trouble for the nomination
Wellesley College announced Wednesday that it has chosen one of its most esteemed graduates, Hillary Clinton, to give this year's commencement address in May.
Howard Gardner looks at what Trump's view of intelligence — as gleaned from the president's own statements.
Apollo Education Group, the publicly traded owner of the University of Phoenix, has completed a deal to be taken private by a group of investors.
This U-Mass. student wants campuses to be more inclusive in political debates
Consumer advocates are urging the Federal Communications Commission to uphold rules restricting companies from inundating people with cellphone calls to collect money owed to or guaranteed by the government, including student loans.
His lone dissent shines light on how he thinks about criminal justice issues.
The president of Liberty University appears to be in line to lead a deregulation effort
The small town of Cleveland will merge two high schools into one.
Democratic senator said he was troubled by Betsy DeVos's position on civil rights law.
Yes, the country is divided. But this about who she is and what she stands for.
Many disadvantaged college students say they face hunger and other financial issues.