by Casey Quinlan Nov 19, 2015
There have recently been controversies over students receiving factually inaccurate information about slavery.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 16, 2015
Teachers typically don't receive the same respect as doctors and lawyers, but the profession needs to change if it wants to attract more young people.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 13, 2015
The dean of students at a small California college called Claremont McKenna resigned after students protested the administration's lack of response to racist incidents.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 12, 2015
"Education should be free. The United States is the richest country in the world, yet students have to take on crippling debt in order to get a college education," the organizers say.
by Zack Ford Nov 3, 2015
The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights found the school in violation of Title IX, but the school isn't budging.
by Casey Quinlan Oct 26, 2015 Updated: Nov 6, 2015
Who bears the burden of making integration work?
by Zack Ford Oct 14, 2015
Under a proposed bill, a school that allows a transgender student to use the bathroom could be sued by any student or parent that objects.
by Zack Ford Oct 13, 2015
Confronted with the knowledge that it is violating the law, a Chicago-area school district will continue to discriminate against a transgender student.
by Kira Lerner Oct 12, 2015
A Republican lawmaker says parents have complained about lessons on the Five Pillars of Islam.
by Carimah Townes Oct 5, 2015
“I never knew she was scared because she was laughing.”