The Rev. Jesse Jackson lambasted Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s recent proposal to improve public schools in a column published Monday night.
A new report that says Washington, D.C. is requiring child-care workers to get college degrees is inspiring a bipartisan response of disbelief and outrage online.
George Ciccariello-Maher, an associate professor in the history and politics department at Drexel University, ignited a Twitter firestorm on Sunday when he tweeted that he was trying not to “vomit or yell” when he witnessed a fellow passenger aboard his flight give up their first class seat to a uniformed soldier.
Orange Coast College honored a professor with its top reward, even though a secret video recording reportedly showed her calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” and his election in 2016 “an act of terrorism.”
Nine California schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District are facing budget cuts because they have too many white students enrolled.
New York education officials are expected on Monday to eliminate a test designed to measure the reading and writing skills of people trying to become teachers, in part because a disproportionate number of African-American and Hispanic test takers were failing it.
A bear spotting forced two Connecticut schools into emergency “Secure School Modes,” according to Hartford’s Eyewitness News 3.
Parents are furious and demanding answers from the school board in Bangor, Mich. after a video surfaced of a group of its teachers making inappropriate comments about killing and having sexual relations with their students, including one with special needs.