Officials at Virginia Commonwealth University moved to close a residence hall after detecting elevated levels of mold.
Henry Madden, who was the longtime librarian of Fresno State, expressed his views on Jewish people and Nazi Germany in personal papers that remained sealed for a quarter-century after they were given to the university in 1982, the college said.
Michael Redmond worked for DCPS remotely last year while working for a Providence school in person, officials outlined in a recent ethics filing.
Kirk Shipley, the rowing coach at Walt Whitman High in Bethesda, Md., held onto his job through two investigations into his behavior. Then he was arrested.
Very little, at least in the immediate future, say legal and educational experts.
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A clinical psychologist explains why.
Experienced teachers say such a move could cripple all-important learning in class.
Faculty from the University of Maryland at College Park, the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Morgan State University will use a $3 million grant to research ways to diversify campus leadership.
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts announced this month that it was postponing a ceremony to rename its theater after Chapelle until the spring amid student concerns about comments the comedian, an alum, made in a recent Netflix special.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of prisoners take federally funded career and technical education courses. And postsecondary education in prison, both vocational and academic, will soon become more widespread.
William & Mary offers a case study of the tensions: A memorial to the enslaved rises on the historic campus near monuments to key historical figures who were also enslavers.
The $800 million deal is done. Now 2U hopes the platform MIT and Harvard created will drive global growth.
Some school systems put unvaccinated employees on leave. But in other places, vaccination mandates have been eased.
A retired doctor returned to the Ivy League for his third, and favorite, doctoral degree
Allyn Walker, a professor of sociology and criminal justice at Old Dominion University, had faced protests and threats over their work, which some claimed destigmatized pedophilia.
Virginia's largest school system will ban seclusion and curtail restraint practices at all of its schools by the upcoming academic year as a part of a lawsuit settlement between parents and disability rights groups.
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One school closed for two weeks because student behavior was so troubling.
Two committees found the books “Lawn Boy” and “Gender Queer: A Memoir” had literary value that could be relatable for students with underrepresented identities.
Proprietary schools want Senate Democrats to ensure their students are eligible for an increase in the federal Pell Grant, after House Democrats excluded them from the additional funding.
The administration seeks to eliminate a shortage of health providers by offering scholarships and repaying student loans.