A survey found nearly a third of prospective and current college students were not interested in attending college this fall if classes can be attended only online.
The new guidelines, which will go into effect on August 14, include changes that narrow the definition of what can be deemed sexual harassment and require in-person cross-examinations between alleged perpetrators and their accusers.
"It has come to our attention that some private schools with significant endowments have taken #PPP loans," Mnuchin wrote on Twitter, "They should return them."
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The senator from Arkansas said it's a "scandal" that American universities have "trained the Communist Party's brightest minds."
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos lamented the 2018 assessment of U.S. eight-graders who are struggling with the basics of U.S. History, civis, and geography.
An activist at La Verne University who claimed to be the target of racism has been charged with perjury and filing false police reports.
The federal dragnet is so massive that investigators have given the case the code name "Lurking Giants."
The Democratic presidential candidate engaged with protesters at Grinnell College who held banners critical of him.
Iran freed an American Princeton University graduate student, Xiyue Wang, held since 2016.
An "annoyed" Harvard University student appeared on Fox News to complain about the "empty activism" of climate change protesters who he said ruined the Harvard-Yale football game.
Illinois law does not explicitly authorize district employees to carry weapons in school, nor does it delegate the authority to make such a decision to local boards.
Where the "Trump bump" panned out for Tate Reeves in Mississippi, it ultimately flopped for Eddie Rispone, just as it did for Gov. Matt Bevin in Kentucky. Both candidates were the scourge of local teachers unions.
The Student Religious Liberties Act prevents teachers from penalizing students from "religious expression" in their work, which critics argue could lead to students giving incorrect answers based on their faith.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced the cancellation of around 4,000 loans to students of for-profit colleges whose parent company shut down in 2018.
A school board in Ottawa is facing a complaint from a couple upset that the school's gender identity curriculum confused their daughter.
"My son's school is holding 4 active shooter drills this year. The only clear impact of these drills is stress, anxiety and confusion on the part of children and families. I would end the drills or make them optional. Let our kids learn the right things," Yang tweeted Monday.
Colleges across the nation are increasingly turning away from using the ACT and SAT for admission. Here's a list of some of the top schools doing so.
Programs that teach people how to react to active shooter events have picked up popularity in churches and schools.
The Justice Department settled with a school district in Woodburn, Oregon after a teaching applicant was denied a job because of his citizenship status.
The unofficial motto of the new elementary school is "Follow your dreams, even if they take you to the moon."