Education

The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star opened up about her policy on Halloween candy.
One of Trump's several behind-the-scenes food benefit cuts has a spillover effect on children.
Douglas Hodge is among 52 people, including actors Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, charged with participating in the scandal.
Officials in Pickens County, Georgia, cited "serious safety concerns" after schools gave trans students access to facilities aligning with their gender identity.
The writer, whose real name is George Mentz, also sells certifications that you've likely never heard of.
The USDA said Wednesday it would reopen the public comment period for two weeks to allow feedback on the rule change.
The strike will affect about 300,000 students in the country's third-largest school district.
They will be building on a wave of teacher of activism that they helped set off in 2012.
The “Desperate Housewives” star will serve 14 days in federal prison in Northern California for her role in "Operation Varsity Blues."
Schools have about three years to adjust under the law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Since 2018, the troubled office space company has operated an expensive private school in Manhattan.
The incident at a San Antonio middle school highlights the state's youth gun violence issue, with Texas leading the U.S. in unintentional shootings by children.
Authorities said that for 10 years, professor Dr. Chikaodinaka D. Nwankpa submitted improper charges for “goods and services” at so-called gentlemen's clubs.
The judge’s sentence was the most severe yet for a parent in the elite college bribery scandal.
A new law will require colleges to disclose whether their admissions process favors so-called "legacy" students related to donors or alumni.
Peter Vlaming, who taught French at West Point High School, said he “could not violate his conscience” by using pronouns aligning with the student's gender identity.
The beef industry has a bone to pick with policies that support vegan school lunches.
A government watchdog report identifies a number of bureaucratic problems.
Children’s and YA books give kids (and grown-ups) the tools they need to navigate the complexities of modern life.
The judge ruled in the university's favor in a lawsuit alleging the school is biased against Asian Americans by considering race in its admissions process.