Nominees include a Johns Hopkins professor and a Baltimore pastor.

The University of Virginia student died this week after 17 months in detention in North Korea.

A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau details consumer complaints flawed payment processing, botched paperwork and inaccurate information from FedLoan Servicing.

Here we go again.

There is little evidence that the charter sector has taken the NAACP’s concerns to heart.

Hartford police are investigating. They say there is “no immediate danger to students or staff."

Some worry the school system’s continued financial troubles will harm its top reputation.

Arthur Wayne Johnson is in line to lead the Office of Federal Student Aid. The post came open after an Obama-era official abruptly resigned.

President Trump said that if Otto Warmbier had been taken out of North Korea sooner, the outcome would have been very different.

Trump commended “two young Americans who aren’t afraid to stand up for what they believe in."

He was 18, a model student, class president for all four years of high school. And at the last possible minute, he was going to tell them all what he really thought.

They aren’t “sages sitting on mountaintops.” Many grads end up in a corner office.

What happened when technology became too central at these charter schools.

A lawsuit filed Monday alleges that San Francisco State University violated Jewish students' right to free speech and ignored complaints of discrimination on campus.

Maya Rogers is working toward a career in music therapy.

They asked Maryland’s governor to investigate “widespread systemic corruption” in the school district.

The money is to benefit the university’s efforts to make college accessible and affordable.

The old way often fails to make a connection between the classroom and home.

"I was visibly queer in the Oval Office,” Nikos Giannopoulos said, “and no one can take that away from me.”

The Trump administration’s closure of two long-running cases has troubled civil rights advocates.

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