Teachers in Washington, D.C. public schools are decrying new policies that lower academic standards, including one that requires a passing grade even for students who fail three out of four quarters.
A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) casts doubt on the success of an Obama-era guidance meant to reduce racial disparity in school suspensions, arguing that it did not always reduce racial disparity, confused causes of suspensions, and may not be in the best interest of teachers.
Melania Trump responded Friday to a Massachusetts elementary school librarian who rejected a collection of 10 Dr. Seuss books that the first lady sent to her school as a gift.
A Cambridge, Mass. elementary school librarian wrote in a blog post on Tuesday that she would not be keeping a collection of books that First Lady Melania Trump donated to her school.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Friday officially rescinded the Obama-era “Dear Colleague” letter advising universities on how to respond to carry out sexual assault investigations.
Public school teachers are three times more likely to miss large chunks of school days than their peers at charter schools, which could hurt student learning, according to a new report.
A loophole in U.S. immigration law is allowing thousands of illegal “students” to receive special visas to enter America, according to a new report.
The world’s largest mathematics education organization has printed articles in its multiple journals that “use math for a certain social agenda,” the director of publications confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon.
The University of Tampa has fired a visiting sociology professor for suggesting that Hurricane Harvey is “karma” for Texas supporting the Republican Party.
Princeton University will test drive its new “social justice” training pre-orientation program this September, with 39 freshmen selected to discuss “issues of identity, power privilege, and difference” during a five-day retreat.