by Alan Pyke Apr 19, 2016
Sources say the idea comes from a small handful of Republican lawmakers, some of whom have a track record of waging war on anti-poverty systems.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 19, 2016
Illinois lawmakers are considering a constitutional amendment that would require the state to provide schools with more funding.
by Aaron Rupar Apr 18, 2016 Updated: Apr 28, 2016
"It shows how disconnected she is with a a student body made up of students who are thousands of dollars in debt, while our chancellor is making so much money off of it."
by Jack Jenkins Apr 18, 2016
"Yes, I’m attending a religious institution. But it’s not to narrow my mind. It’s actually to broaden my mind."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 16, 2016
"If they accept you, don't accept this."
by Aaron Rupar Apr 14, 2016 Updated: Apr 28, 2016
Following an infamous incident where a campus officer pepper sprayed students, UC Davis doled out to improve its digital reputation.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 12, 2016
The U.S. Department of Education is making borrowers with "total and permanent" disabilities aware of their ability to discharge student loans.
by Bryan Dewan Apr 12, 2016
The governor ordered a 4.5 percent cut to higher education funding in March.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 11, 2016
A video of a student being hit by a teacher has circulated on social media.
The opt-out movement's activists of color say they're tired of being ignored.