by Casey Quinlan Mar 8, 2016
A former student had her judgment for $850,000 against a university she said practiced discrimination during her pregnancy upheld.
by Zack Ford Mar 1, 2016
South Dakota could have become the first state to regulate transgender students' bathroom use, but it didn't.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 29, 2016
West Virginia's House of Delegates voted to block a new set of science standards because they mentioned climate change.
by Laurel Raymond Feb 26, 2016
"Diversity -- of thought, perspective, and experience -- is essential for excellence in research and innovation in science and engineering," said the NSF Director. Currently, over half of STEM jobs are held by white men.
by Carimah Townes Feb 24, 2016
Why is it so hard to get an education behind bars?
by Casey Quinlan Feb 23, 2016
An analysis of enrollment data from The Guardian bolsters claims that students are being pushed out of Success Academy to improve the overall academic picture.
by Casey Quinlan Feb 22, 2016
If deregulation legislation passes, schools may be free to do away with certain state tests and lower standards for teacher credentials.
by Bryan Dewan Feb 17, 2016
“These data tell us that debt-financed higher education is not the solution to racial inequality."
by Bryan Dewan Feb 10, 2016
The president firing them once compared college students to "cuddly bunnies" and told faculty "you just have to drown the bunnies … put a Glock to their heads."
by Bryan Dewan Feb 8, 2016
Students may be catching on.