Students in failing schools said they were denied an adequate education. A judge agreed conditions were “devastating,” but not unconstitutional.
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A new law in Louisiana makes some hazing actions a felony, and other states are looking to adopt similar measures.
Schools that traded history and government for more science and technology are rethinking the calculation, hoping to create a new generation of activists.
Higher education is struggling to balance the demand by some students to be protected from offensive speech while guaranteeing freedom of speech to others.
Switching from a law career, she founded a professional association for sex counselors and therapists.
The average debt load is flattening out, a new analysis of federal loan data shows, but college isn’t getting cheaper. Many students are hitting their borrowing cap, and parents are filling the gap.
There are so many children in one Toronto neighborhood that the school board built an entire school just for kindergartners — 24 classes.
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan has opened “Art, Artists & You,” an exhibition that gives four adult artists residencies and opportunities to mentor visitors.
Ideological classes have long been a part of the college curriculum in China. But they are more important than ever to the Communist Party, even if many students say they are numbing propaganda.
Instead of just helping disadvantaged students to catch up with peers, educators are looking for ways to give them more chances to shine in advanced classes and selective schools.
An author of 15 books, Ms. King founded a summer camp and school to help children with learning disabilities that had often gone undiagnosed.
Under the agreement, Beijing Kaiwen Education Technology would buy the renowned but struggling music school for $40 million. The deal, however, faces legal challenges.
The test to get into New York’s elite public schools has led to debate over school segregation. So how much weight does the test have and what are the proposed changes?
Teachers criticized the College Board for encouraging a Eurocentric worldview after it announced the exam material would only cover the period after 1450.
Professor Cavell, an expert in so-called ordinary language philosophy, found deep thoughts in popular areas like movies and plays.
Though they care for other people’s children, members of the United Federation of Teachers had not been given paid time off to care for babies. Now that will change.
The Brearley School in Manhattan announced that all applicants who consider themselves female were welcome to apply, following a similar decision by the Spence School.
He had a chance to study with a renowned professor. But his (now ex-) girlfriend intercepted a scholarship offer and turned it down.
Personal ratings brought down Asian-American applicants’ chances of being admitted, according to an analysis filed by a group suing the school for bias.
New businesses are cropping up to help college graduates find a meaningful job, but the services don’t come cheap.