A new federal rule threatens to cut federal money to college programs that consistently leave graduates with low pay or unaffordable debt.
North Carolina’s state-run lottery has for the first time exceeded $1 billion in annual net earnings.
Ohio victims of child sexual abuse while in the Boy Scouts of America could get a greater share of the settlement money for the crimes committed against them.
Data released by Mississippi’s education department shows the number of students who were chronically absent in the state declined during the most recent school year.
University of Wisconsin System leaders have chosen a Minnesota State University, Mankato official who specializes in student success as the next chancellor at UW-Parkside.
Missouri’s Republican attorney general is suing a school district for secretly discussing transgender student bathroom access. The Tuesday lawsuit claims a suburban St.
California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond is running for governor in 2026. If elected, he would be the first Black person to hold the job.
Temple University says former president and current chancellor Richard Englert will take over temporarily as president following the death last week of then-acting president JoAnne Epps.
More students in schools serving low-income communities will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost under a rule change announced Tuesday by the U.S.
The U.S. military, employers and economic development specialists have been raising alarms about the implications of American students’ low math scores for the country’s competitiveness and national security.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill to ban school boards from rejecting textbooks based on their teachings about the contributions of people from different racial backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities.
Mel Tucker’s attorney says Michigan State does not have cause to fire its suspended football coach after Tucker acknowledged having phone sex with an activist and rape survivor because he did not “engage in unprofessional or unethical behavior” or violate his contract.
Texas Football magazine Week 6 high school rankings.
Lecturers and other staff at some 40 U.K. universities are staging a new round of strike action in a long-running dispute over pay and work conditions.
Hundreds of school systems around the country have adopted four-day weeks in recent years, mostly in rural and western parts of the U.S.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed several bills aimed at bolstering the state’s protections for LGBTQ+ people.
A student and his parents are suing a University of Alabama fraternity, saying he suffered a traumatic brain injury while being hazed earlier this year.
The school superintendent in Farmingdale, New York, says all the high school students who were injured in a bus crash on the way to a band camp are expected to recover.
The family of a Black high school student in Texas has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the state’s governor and attorney general over being suspended by his school district for his hairstyle.
Louisiana folklorist Nick Spitzer and Mississippi blues musician R.L. Boyce are among nine 2023 National Heritage Fellows being celebrated later this month by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Federal investigators promised a thorough investigation into what caused a charter bus carrying a high school marching band to veer off a New York highway in a wreck that killed two adults and seriously injured other passengers.
Residents and local media in northcentral Nigeria say at least 20 students have been abducted by gunmen in northwestern Nigeria during an attack that targeted their school.
Two Virginia Beach parents have filed a lawsuit seeking to force their local school system to adopt Republican Virginia Gov.
Schools for millions of students in Nepal are closed as tens of thousands of teachers protest in the capital against an education reform bill in parliament.
Marie Ronny and Kyan Bovee expect their futures to take off. Literally. The Black teens from Detroit are part of a free program teaching youths aged 14 to 19 how to fly.
US education chief considers new ways to discourage college admissions preference for kids of alumni
President Joe Biden’s education chief says he’s open to using “whatever levers” are available — including federal money — to discourage colleges from giving preference to the children of alumni and donors.
A county judge has granted a temporary restraining order blocking a massive Republican-backed overhaul of Ohio’s K-12 education system.
The South Florida school building where 14 students and three staff members were fatally shot in a 2018 massacre will be demolished next summer.
Mississippi’s state auditor says numerous social science and humanities degree programs are “indoctrination factories.”
Debate over a Black student’s suspension over his hairstyle in Texas ramps up with probe and lawsuit
The debate over whether a Black high school student in Texas should be serving in-school suspension for wearing twisted dreadlocks to class has intensified as the student’s family and his school district both took legal action.
Boston College says its men’s and women’s swimming and diving program has been placed on indefinite suspension after university administrators determined hazing had taken place within the program.