Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Friday officially rescinded the Obama-era “Dear Colleague” letter advising universities on how to respond to carry out sexual assault investigations.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.
Georgia State University has launched a program for students to serve as “Multicultural Competence and Peer Education Ambassadors” (MAP).
Chicago Public Schools notified 356 teachers and about 600 more school support staffers that they would be laid off, as budget conflicts persist across the state of Illinois.
Anti-school choice activists often argue that charter school expansion hurts existing schools, but a new study of New York City schools found that new charter schools are increasing the performance of schools around them.
The peer-reviewed statistical analysis, conducted by Temple University professor Sarah Cordes, indicates charter schools are not only helping the students enrolled, but also students at schools that feel pressured to increase performance due to their close proximity to a new charter school.
A “transgender toolkit” for public schools in Minnesota advises teachers to call children “scholars” instead of boys and girls.