Florida approved a revised Black history curriculum that includes instruction that enslaved people benefited from skills that they learned.
The resignation of a university president in the wake of a botched hiring involving a Black academic still has many unanswered questions.
More than 13,300 comments have been addressed to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, all calling for the same thing.
"By cultivating free speech, mutual respect and values of inclusion, we seek to foster a sense of belonging for everyone on campus," Wesleyan's president said.
"They literally marginalized me as an individual," said Tabia Lee, who has sued her former employer and wants her job back.
The announcement of the new SAVE plan comes shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Biden's student debt cancellation program.
The Supreme Court's decision "heightened the urgency to investigate" donor and legacy preferences, a lawyer who helped file a new lawsuit told Newsweek.
The White House has said that President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan would help up to 43 million borrowers.
"It doesn't make sense," said one student, while another warned it would "erode Americans' faith" in the Supreme Court.
"The SCOTUS ruling today is a disgrace," Claudia Conway tweeted after the striking down of affirmative action admissions policies in colleges across the U.S.
Fabián (Fa) Guzmán told Newsweek they joined the sorority after Chi Omega sisters helped them through a "very low mental health time."
In 2020, student loan debt became the second-largest source of household debt in the U.S. "with an approximate $1.7 trillion outstanding," a new report said.
Direct Subsidized Loans and Direct Unsubsidized Loans for undergraduate students rose from 4.99 percent for 2022-23 borrowers to 5.50 percent this year.
How America teaches, incentivizes and rewards student performance is about to become the biggest education battle in America.
The fired teacher, now working in a sandwich shop, has taken legal action against her former employer.
Two high school books have reportedly been rejected by the Florida Department of Education.
The Biden administration will find out this summer if a broader policy forgiving student loans for some 40 million Americans will go into effect.
A demonstration against a Catholic school board member criticized for "anti-Christian" tweets caused a walkout on Monday.
If the U.S. Supreme Court rules against Biden's plan, Americans would have to pay back their refunds.
In the fight for control over our local schools—who pays and who decides what should and shouldn't be taught—watch what these women are doing.
The latest video has amused users online, with several joking that the amount saved in the bucket would be enough to cover "a whole 6 hours of tuition."
Six out of the eight Ivy League universities will be led by women presidents this fall. Opportunities such as this come as a result of an unparalled group effort by 16 female members of the MIT faculty to bring about change.