Undergraduate teacher education programs are approved at more than a dozen colleges.

"It was heavy-handed, it was harsh. It was a scare tactic," said the school board vice president.

Federal officials urge universities to counter threat from China of academic espionage.


Students are skipping the pool and beach to expedite undergraduate degrees.

  • Charlotte West
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  • Perspective

'We’ve become very well-grounded in traditional education theory, techniques and subject matters. But being culturally responsive means teaching music where kids are, and with what interests them.'

  • Perspective

A few schools are daring to change courses and address fears.

  • Analysis

A teacher shares some of his amusing conversations with his students.

Funding has been so sharply reduced that school officials have sought to reassure students that classes will convene this fall, even as administrators consider measures as extreme as shuttering campuses.

Dajon Duvall is honing his photography and broadcasting skills at American University.

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Students can be gifted at the same time as having a learning disability — but many of them go undiagnosed and don't get the help they need to succeed.

The Maryland SmartBuy program has helped home buyers retire $7 million in student debt.

She appealed to teachers directly. Here's what she said.

  • Perspective

A new look at the old issue.

Bullying has declined overall in the past decade.

A state audit found widely inflated enrollment numbers — including one student who was listed as enrolled who had died. The latest mess in the virtual education sector.

Rising personnel costs and overtime sparked the shortfall, according to city officials.

The University of Alaska is facing a 41 percent cut in state funding for the current fiscal year.

And they blame Trump.

For the first time, high school students were invited to participate in Johns Hopkins University’s summer course at its Center for Gun Policy and Research.

  • Talia Richman
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One of the country’s biggest teachers unions is suing the education secretary alleging gross mismanagement of a loan forgiveness program for public servants.

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