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State and local funding for public universities fell by 7% last year, but that didn’t prevent some college presidents from getting raises.
A group of students, parents and at least one teacher at Sullivan High School in Sullivan, Ind., have banded together to push for a “traditional” prom that would prohibit their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered classmates …
The Monday after three schools across the country evacuated due to bomb scares, Louisana State University follows suit.
The campuses University of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State University in Fargo, N.D. were evacuated earlier this morning after the schools received apparently unrelated bomb threats from unnamed callers.
U.S. News and World Report has released its Best Colleges list for 2013, which unsurprisingly looks a lot like last year’s list.
Teens who skip school are less likely to graduate and attend college, but they don’t see it that way. Plus, education news on a school shooting in Baltimore, an apparent suicide at Columbia University and a new kind of college ranking.
The school year at Columbia University is off to a sad start after an incoming freshman student either fell or jumped to her death from her dorm on Monday.
This year’s ACT scores show that only 1 in 4 high school students are prepared for college in all four subject areas the test examines. Plus, education news on Hispanic enrollment and the college students most likely to be in debt.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have developed a computer program that caught 15,000 bullying-related tweets in one day.
A new study shows that despite the plight of unemployed college graduates, a degree still holds its value. Plus, education news on plagiarism in online courses and high school dropouts.