About 50 K-12 school districts announced that they would close, along with about 30 colleges and universities.
Around half of all charter schools that grantees promised to open never did. There are other findings, as well.
The estimate by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office renewed the debate between supporters of debt forgiveness and those who say the initiative amounts to reckless spending.
A new history by Donald Yacovone examines the racist ideas that endured for generations in educational materials.
A new look at why historically Black colleges and universities don't do well on college rankings.
Here is an autumn installment of a weekly feature that has been running for several years.
A $50 million facility in upstate New York is trying to teach officers the thing they’ll need most during the next mass shooting: bravery.
Want to know how few students pay full price, or the odds of getting merit aid? The so-called Common Data Set can help, but some schools don’t post it.
Representative Lee Zeldin, a Republican candidate for governor, is hoping for a realignment of political loyalties in parts of the borough, including those of Hasidic Jews.
Millions earmarked for the needy in the nation’s poorest state instead went to projects that benefited the well-to-do, the state alleges, including a volleyball stadium at Brett Favre’s alma mater.
The Modern Orthodox Jewish university in Manhattan had said it would halt the activities of all undergraduate clubs rather than sanction the gay student organization. The students say they will delay seeking recognition if the other clubs can resume.
Adam Oakes, a 19-year-old freshman at Virginia Commonwealth University, died last year after being told to drink a bottle of Jack Daniel’s whiskey.
Many families can borrow most of the cost of college using a Parent PLUS loan. This will not end well.
The state’s Department of Education issued guidelines that would require students to file legal documents to be called by different pronouns.
The past few years have witnessed a lot of upheaval in the name of political reckoning. Is the pendulum swinging back to tradition?
Earlier in the week, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed a ruling to stand for now that required the university to recognize the group.
Politicians have known for years about the crisis facing New York’s Hasidic schools but failed to act in any meaningful way.
To mark Banned Books Week, the American Library Association released a report on the rise in censorship efforts: In 2022, there have been attempts to restrict access to 1,651 titles.
Jovan Vavic, who was convicted on bribery and fraud, won a striking victory after a string of guilty verdicts and guilty pleas by parents, coaches and others embroiled in the scandal.
Supply chain problems have slowed manufacturing, leaving coaches around the country scrambling to find protective gear for their teams.