Slate applauded faculty at the University of Virginia for resigning in protest when a former Trump administration official received a fellowship at the university.
He may not be running for president lately but Jeb Bush is still devoting all of his oratorical skills to the subject of education.
It’s what Harvard medical researchers call Trump Derangement Syndrome.
A Jesuit who taught in Georgetown, and is in a position to know, says the quest will be more difficult than in generations past.
Something tells me it won’t move as fast as the Sweet Magic Kitchen.
A school district in southwestern Virginia is actually ready to let teachers keep and bear arms.
The next generation of California students may get to find out what happened.
One of the groups that has doubled down on pushing the Common Core Curriculum Standards (CCCS) in the English Language Arts (ELA) seems to be saying that Common Core hasn’t worked because it hasn’t been tried.
Embattled California’s equally beleaguered Governor Jerry Brown thinks he knows how to save the public universities in the Golden State.
When you fine tune the studies on Head Start, the program’s shortcomings only become more readily apparent.
He doesn’t like it but he’s keeping his shoes on rather than taking them off to pummel the old boy with.
A petition circulated online wants President Trump to replace his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos with NBA athlete LeBron James.
A charter school in Atlanta, Georgia replaced the reciting of the pledge of allegiance with a ‘wolf pack chant,’ which was met with outcry from the public.
Students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are planning to rally to show solidarity with a fellow student, who was arrested for vandalizing the Confederate statue known as “Silent Sam” that resides on-campus.
The art museum associated with the University of Oregon is going to host a camp for grade school aged children who are transgender.
The University of Iowa revoked the official status of a Christian student club, the Business Leaders in Christ, after it declined to promote an openly gay member to its leadership. The student group said it…
Few at Columbia University would object if you called them the best and the brightest, yet they are no more incandescent than the rest of the public when it comes to enumerating their first amendment freedoms.
An Oregon teacher takes issue with assertions made by her students but perhaps for the wrong reason.
The Trump administration recently introduced short-term health insurance plans into the health insurance market, which could potentially destabilize another part of Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act.
The material known as felt is apparently linked to white supremacy and queer theory, per one professor in Canada.