A new book makes the bold claim that "the public school has served as the single most significant site of constitutional interpretation within the nation's history."
Things aren’t looking good for education, higher or lower.
The proposal, which aims to replace a set of Obama-era rules that were never implemented, draws praise from the for-profit college industry but sharp criticism from advocacy groups that represent student borrowers.
Norwich University is the latest college to adopt the approach. Though the alternative to student loans is being praised, some critics warn of unintended consequences.
Ultra-rich philanthropists and their private foundations and charities have given almost half a billion dollars since 2006 to these organizations, according to tax filings and Foundation Center data.
The policy shift would give schools and universities the federal government's blessing to take a race-neutral approach to the students they consider for admission.
Thousands of educators are taking to the streets, inspired and energized by a dynamic willingness to fight for their own rights, as well as those of their students.
It’s the sixth state to have a teacher’s strike in 2018.