Trump’s Department of Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, was booed by graduating students and they turned their backs to her as she delivered her commencement address at Bethune-Cookman University.
Purdue University made a big deal, buying Kaplan University in order to evolve in the online higher education environment.
President of Bethune-Cookman University, Dr. Edison Jackson, is standing firm on keeping Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s commencement address, despite protests from students and alumni.
Butler University, a university located in the red state of Indiana, recently had to change a course description after it was exposed to be an anti-Trump activist platform.
Thomas Aquinas College was selected as the institution to purchase a historic property in Massachusetts, which will allow the college to open an East Coast campus for their students.
In a bit of shocking news, a Virginia textbook got the Bill of Rights, right.
A prominent feminist journal was criticized for publishing an article on ‘transracialism,’ or the idea that people can claim a different racial identity than their birth race.
Human Rights Campaign, a group representing the LGBT community, criticized a study by Johns Hopkins professor Paul McHugh on gender identity.
School boards are increasingly political and are anti-charter schools, writes AIA Executive Director Malcolm Kline.
To invest in federal school vouchers, or to leave it up to the states? That is the question facing conservatives under the Trump administration.