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Haverford professor Oberfield sees both sides. How dare he?

The teens orchestrated their disappearance possibly to seek asylum in the U.S. and Canada.

With each twist in the health-care debate, staff members wonder whether funding could be at risk.

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School districts are facing big challenges as a result of a new K-12 education law — and there's other problems too.

The University of Southern California took steps to terminate Carmen Puliafito, a former dean, following an investigation by the Los Angeles Times alleging the doctor had a secret life fueled by illegal drug use.

Major organizations voice concerns about Homeland Security proposal.

A former student at Catholic University has filed a lawsuit claiming school officials were biased against him when considering an accusation of sexual assault because he is male.

Famed astrophysicist sets off a Twitter frenzy with a simple tweet.

Organizers expect thousands for Saturday’s March for Public Education in D.C.

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.

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