Higher education officials are calling on Congress to fix a provision in the Trump administration’s tax overhaul that has caused unintended tax increases.
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The College Board, which administers the SAT, is joining a broadening movement toward using race-neutral alternatives to affirmative action.
Two months after the scandal broke, Georgetown said it planned to dismiss two students. One is suing, saying the university denied him due process.
In a multiracial America, school segregation looks very different than it did in 1954, when the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education. But it still persists.
The museum, opening Thursday on Liberty Island, reminds visitors of the vague and often dubious ideal of “liberty for all.”
In a milestone for synthetic biology, colonies of E. coli thrive with DNA constructed from scratch by humans, not nature.
Say cheese, boys and girls! Or say: big money, lawsuits, lice panics and monstrous little pyromaniacs.
Each year, we ask high school seniors to submit college application essays they’ve written about work, money, social class and related topics. Here are five that moved us.
The legislation, which is on the governor’s desk, would surcharge businesses like Microsoft and Amazon that rely on highly skilled workers.
A physicist at the University of Illinois devised an immersive game in which teams solve science puzzles to unlock a mystery — before it’s too late.
Last month, Ben Adam, a New Yorker who owns a real estate company, started the website Classroom Giving to help teachers in need of supplies.
A leader in African-American studies and a follower of W.E.B. Du Bois, he was the university’s first tenured black professor and a mentor to many.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on what to do when you haven’t been admitted to the colleges of your choice.
Thousands of articles of everyday women’s clothing are being preserved in lockers in a college basement. But where, exactly, does their value lie?
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A three-week work stoppage forced thousands of schools to close, posing a challenge for the governing party ahead of national elections.
More than 200 university students and employees in Los Angeles County may have been exposed to measles and were given quarantine orders this week.
A system devised to empower parents and integrate schools has not worked as intended, offering a cautionary tale to districts across the country.
The dress code, which bans satin caps, bonnets, hair rollers, pajamas and revealing and sagging clothing, has been criticized as racist and elitist.
Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.