Those making this argument are taking advantage of a crisis to try to keep due process out of college campuses.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Thursday that Japan will close its schools until April in a bid to halt the
The University of Southern California announced that they will offer free tuition beginning next fall for students from families earning
Universities are required by law to report gifts and contracts from foreign sources worth more than $250,000 per year.
It’s important for schools to keep their students safe, but it’s also clear that these kinds of zero tolerance policies
The nation’s leading public charter organization slammed President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget for ‘chilling’ school choice.
Ten years of missed opportunities, from health care to education to national security to entitlements to fiscal stability
President Trump will sign an executive order on Wednesday designed to target anti-Semitism on college campuses, the New York Times reported
Does it really make sense to smear people as ‘racist’ for their intent to perform a work that acknowledges and
The administrative bias team was tasked with investigating campus incidents that could be deemed offensive based on people’s “feelings.”
It’s a boon for traditional Catholic education: Thomas Aquinas College, of California, opens a new campus in Massachusetts.
Any Republican faculty member would be right to have concerns about getting a fair hearing with James Thomas at the
Florida teachers who wish to carry firearms on school premises were permitted to begin doing so on Tuesday under a
The Education secretary took part in a roundtable discussion at an ordinary Catholic school. The media labeled it an extraordinary
Long considered a signature achievement of the civil-rights movement, the integration of schools is coming under scrutiny in odd places.
The College Board has abandoned its plan to augment students’ SAT scores with an adversity score, a metric designed to
The New York City public education system is one of the only in the country that’s run entirely by the
The Finance Department of California opposes a bill that would require public-university health centers to distribute RU-486.
Harvard — both the dean and the students — might have looked more deeply into the Flint situation before rushing