Guidance from the Biden administration is allowing colleges to use their pandemic relief funds to wipe away outstanding balances preventing students from enrolling.

A housing shortage at Howard University has left many juniors and seniors scrambling for housing.

'These worries — if realized — don’t bode well for a wonderful year.'

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How did two parents start it in a mostly disadvantaged district?

The Stanford professor was known to generations of psychology students as the author of the seminal Bobo doll studies on aggression.

The executive order DeSantis signed Friday would allow the state to withhold funds to school boards that violate the rules restricting mask mandates.

Petworth residents want the pool at Roosevelt High to be open to the public. Can they get it in the budget?

Public historically Black colleges and universities are benefitting from record government and philanthropic support amid deeper respect for the work they do with limited resources, but the legacy of inequity can complicate the reach of those dollars.

Some colleges are resuming study abroad offerings, while others continue to offer virtual and other alternatives.

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School leaders are contending with conflicting health guidance, as well as pressure from state leaders and frustrated parents.

Fairfax and Arlington counties joined other school systems in adopting the requirements.

The College of William & Mary is accelerating its mandate for students, faculty and staff amid the changing conditions of the pandemic nationally and a lower-than-expected rate of voluntary vaccination.

Debates over critical race theory take over a town in Michigan. Plus, why breakthrough coronavirus infections do not mean that our vaccines aren’t working.

The plotline running through all those episodes — and still more unfolding — is control of a prestigious public university in a state with intense partisan divisions.

The speaker of the House is breaking from members of her party, including Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, who are urging President Biden to cancel up to $50,000 in federal student loans through executive action.

Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, is slated to hold a hearing on reforming the standards for borrowers to discharge their student loans in bankruptcy.

The university’s incoming vice president of public safety will “play a leading role in the development and implementation of the Johns Hopkins Police Department,” officials said.

Montgomery County, with the state’s largest school system, will require masks for all. A day earlier, Prince George’s took the same approach.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had previously said only unvaccinated people in schools needed masks.

The decision by California State University, the nation's largest four-year system, comes as many universities around the country are worrying about the threat of the delta variant.

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