Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, takes on Betsy DeVos and school choice.

David Grosso (I-At Large) plans to introduce a bill aimed at improving disciplinary procedures.

The education secretary was talking to a powerful conservative group. Here's what she said.

“This drives the big-government folks nuts,” the education secretary said at the annual meeting of ALEC.

The former undersecretary of education under Barack Obama is taking the helm at the American Council on Education, an organization that was sometimes at odds with policies championed by the Obama administration.

After the public flagship asks for more information about the venue and security for a proposed speech by columnist Ben Shapiro, controversy flares: Conservative speaker blocked or media stunt?

Appropriations bill rejects several higher education cuts proposed by President Trump, but upholds plans to pull billions of dollars out of the Pell Grant program for needy college students.

Xiyue Wang's wife said her husband was in Iran as a scholar of Eurasian history.

Hundreds of teen from 157 countries gathered for the global robotics competition.

A bill under consideration in the House would bolster education benefits for veterans.

The Washington Post found several schools were underreporting their suspensions.

Under pressure to overhaul discipline, some schools are underreporting suspensions.

Again, her own words raise questions about what she knows about the subject.

One of the nine companies that manages the federal government's $1.2 trillion portfolio of education loans is fighting to stop the Education Department from handing the job to a single contractor.

Tired of cloying tributes marking the bicentennial of Jane Austen's death, an English professor writes a satirical take on the author.

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After reading an opinion piece written by a Duke University student about her education in South Carolina public schools, Rep. James E. Clyburn responded with a call for change.

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Post investigation raises questions about city’s claim that far fewer students are being kicked out of school.

Candice Jackson had suggested “90 percent” of sexual assault is drunken sex.

The programming in question is the three-part “School Inc."

The Afghan girls' team gained an international spotlight when their visas to compete in the United States were initially denied.

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