Police investigated allegations at Seneca Valley High. No charges were filed.
One educator filed an EEOC complaint. The school district declined to comment on the case.
The Christian university was in the thick of the Woolsey Fire tearing through Southern California.
Voters did not list schools as a priority this year. Maybe that’s a good thing.
Drop of 4.6 percentage points at traditional public high comes amid heightened scrutiny.
William & Mary's new president, Katherine A. Rowe, on the value of liberal arts.
Legislation to protect their status should be approved in the lame-duck session.
The three usually agree, but in this piece, Stanford professor emeritus Darling-Hammond responds to a critical post by Ravitch-Burris post. Read them both.
High schools with concentrated poverty are less likely than low-poverty schools to offer coursework that students need to get into four-year colleges and succeed, according to a federal analysis.
Bowie State University officials said they had found sufficient evidence of hazing to continue a suspension, despite this weekend's championship football game.
Educators claim a win in Wisconsin, but acknowledge a loss in Oklahoma.
Board of Regents selects Linda R. Gooden to be chair, replacing James T. Brady.
A California music teacher was arrested for allegedly assaulting a student who used racist slurs. Supporters raised $135,000 for him.
Number of students at charter schools grows, albeit at a slower rate than previously.
Facial reconstructions of two mummified ancient Egyptians are part of an exhibit at Hopkins’ archaeological museum.
Rep. Bobby Scott plans oversight, but anticipates more cooperation than confrontation.
A Democrat did not mince words about DeVos in the campaign.
Police say that initially the death does not appear suspicious.
Three of the four seats on the ballot went to candidates backed by the teachers union.
The historically black university in Maryland is investigating allegations of misconduct.