Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has hinted that the surveys could influence funding.
The school system extended admissions offers to more Black, Hispanic, female and economically disadvantaged students.
One person was arrested after a public comment session on the district’s transgender right policy and racial equity plans grew rancorous.
Eight students have challenged Indiana University’s coronavirus vaccine requirement, arguing that the school’s mandate violates their constitutional rights and state law.
Two officers at T.C. Williams built ties to a group of largely Hispanic students
The unruliness led to one arrest and a summons for trespassing.
More than 500 colleges and universities plan to require vaccination for at least some students and employees. There is a stark red-blue divide: Most of the mandates are in states President Biden carried in 2020.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, who was recruited by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to teach in its journalism department, will not join the university without the job-protecting designation, her legal team said in a letter to school officials.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is impeding the confirmation of James Kvaal, President Biden’s pick to head higher-education policy at the Education Department, to secure commitments on student loan reforms.
Anat Kimchi, a doctoral candidate at the University of Maryland, was killed Saturday.
Christopher Rufo, once a documentary filmmaker, has become a go-to activist for the GOP in a political fight over race.
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"The critical race theory ban is a ban on racial justice," she writes.
Education promises to be a key issue in the Va. governor’s race; Md. plan is seen as national model.
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Departures from top education positions are far more than in a typical year, experts say.
In Montgomery County, vaccination numbers climb faster than for other age groups as they became eligible.
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Jailed students sued the city, saying they received little education beyond paper packets in the pandemic.
Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman’s legislation would bar D.C. from directing teachers to teach that America is a racist country.
It’s a highly unusual move.