Students protested the settlement, which would keep a Confederate statue off the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus but gives money to an organization with values many reject.

Mitch Daniels says his word was poorly chosen. Here's what happened.

Like many institutions, Tufts University has been grappling with what to do about financial gifts from a family whose name is now linked to the country’s opioid epidemic.


The bill will make permanent $255 million in annual funding for tribal colleges, Hispanic-serving institutions and historically black colleges and universities, using the money saved by simplifying the federal financial aid application. But the amendment may have trouble clearing the House.

The donation from the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation will fund the Broad Center at Yale School of Management.

Andre Perry writes: "This political season, black people cannot afford to be human shields for white leaders who don’t have the legitimacy to enter black communities on their own."

Teacher Larry Ferlazzo has been doing this list for years in this blog. Here's his 2019 version.

The initiative is the first of its kind in the world, according to university officials.

The agreement arrives after months of fighting to restore federal funding to schools with limited resources.

Experts and political leaders from more than 30 countries gathered in Luxembourg on Wednesday for the event. Here’s what the document says.

An expert examined PISA results going back years. Here’s what he found.

The Education Department said in a court filing this week that it has identified an additional 29,000 borrowers whose debts it pursued in violation of a court order that resulted in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos being held in contempt.

Teaching and research assistants at the Ivy League school say they want fair pay, comprehensive health care and stronger protections from harassment and discrimination.

The education secretary said the office would better operate as a standalone entity, a proposal that comes as the Education Department seeks to overhaul the way it manages student loans and grants.

From the News Literacy Project, which aims to teach students how to distinguish between what’s real and fake in the age of digital communication.

The international test, PISA, just released newest scores. U.S. students scored as they usually do — nowhere near the top. But this expert says the results don't mean much.

A profile of one of the honorees of the Schools of Opportunity project.

Two public universities in Virginia pledge to become ‘carbon neutral’ by 2030.

The Confederate statue, which occupied a prominent spot on the state flagship campus, has been a source of tension for years.

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