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.
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.
Sabiduría de Tiffany Cabán, Jessica Cisneros, y otras latinas en la política.
“When I send my son to school, I want to be a million percent sure that he's not going to get hurt. He is going to learn and to be safe.”
The fact that I made such a desperate decision speaks to the kind of reform we need in this country.
A raise would be great. But is it realistic?
The Justice Department agrees that Joshua Payne-Elliott’s lawsuit challenging his firing should be dismissed.
Indianapolis Archbishop Charles C. Thompson's decree against Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School is temporarily suspended while the Vatican considers an appeal.
Trump administration officials argue the universities are misusing a federal grant to advance “ideological priorities” and unfairly promote “the positive aspects of Islam."
These apps also teach soft skills including empathy and self-awareness.
The initiative, announced Wednesday by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, would cover students' tuition at the state's 29 public colleges and universities.
The education secretary is set to visit a Catholic elementary school in Pennsylvania that has an explicit anti-trans policy.