The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that Marquette University wrongfully suspended tenured political science professor John McAdams after he criticized a graduate student instructor on his blog.
Catholic schools may better inculcate values of self-control in young children, a new study from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute suggests.
Arne Duncan, who served as secretary of education under former President Barack Obama, on Friday proposed that parents pull their children out of school until elected officials enact tougher gun-control laws, calling the idea “brilliant.”
The vocal leader of the Arizona #RedforEd teacher protest has had his political motives questioned by local politicians, and has now made an effort to distance himself from socialist groups on social media.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten doesn’t want people to know that she once expressed support for Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s (R.) school funding plan.
Westfield State University on Friday announced that MSNBC reversed its decision to hold a live town hall with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) next Friday after te school received backlash from some students.
Franciscan University posted a series of ads on Facebook Friday to promote some of its online theology programs, but it says one of them was rejected because it included the Crucifixion of Christ on the San Damiano Cross.
The union representing Department of Education bureaucrats is crying foul after the agency constrained union privileges following months of delays in negotiation.
Rep. Jim Banks (R., Ind.) introduced legislation on Wednesday that would bolster school choice amongst military families, aiming to lessen the strain of frequent moves.
Popular dating app Bumble on Monday announced plans to ban images of firearms and other weapons in profile photos for its nearly 30 million users in the wake of last month’s Parkland, Florida school shooting and recent calls for gun control.