It’s the tail end of “visa season” for some of the half a million students who come to the States to study each year, and Stella Loannidou, a 28-year-old from Athens, is grateful for a lot of things—but mostly, at this very moment, for her European passport and her Ivy League school’s recent STEM accreditation.
For the mostly white Alabama town of Gardendale, secession is back in vogue.
Betsy DeVos, the top education administrator in the country, is still trying to figure out what the word “choice” means.
A high school junior in New York was detained for a month in an immigration jail for allegedly being seen with fellow students suspected of being members of the gang MS-13, according to a Monday report from WNYC.
Last week, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos signaled that she’d like to overhaul the Obama-era enforcement mandates of Title IX “quickly,” and remarked in a stakeholders meeting that she’d also like to help victims of assault and those who have been falsely accused of rape. This rhetoric came on the heels of her meeting
A recent educational article in Teen Vogue magazine about anal sex has all of the elements to whip religious extremists into a frenzy. In fact, don’t even read it, just skip straight to the Book of Revelation in your Bible, because the world is going to hell.
Adjunct professors—the worker ants of higher education—are the lowest-paid highly educated workers in America. What could unions do for them? Here is your freaking answer.
It took licensed dispensaries in the glorious state of Nevada less than a week to run out of legal marijuana. That led tax officials to declare a “statement of emergency,” prompting the governor to intervene to save the state from dankruptcy.
Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has championed girls rights and education, founded a nonprofit organization, founded a school, written a memoir, and received a number of awards for her humanitarian and activist work—including the Nobel Peace Prize—and today she gets to add another item to her lengthy list of…
As part of a larger effort to reduce and contextualize memorials for white supremacists, the University of Mississippi will rename an administrative building that currently honors a former Mississippi governor who said mass lynching was a price worth paying to “maintain white supremacy.”
If you live in Florida and don’t believe in climate change, you now have the right to challenge if public schools can educate students about climate science. You don’t even have to have a kid!
On Thursday, ProPublica published a report finding that—shockingly—the Trump administration is rolling back civil rights protections across federal agencies.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has made it clear that she’s serious about protecting students from grizzly bears. But after putting two Obama-era regulations on the chopping block Wednesday, she sent a message that students seeking protection from a different threat—predatory for-profit colleges—are on their own.
The indigenous Arnhem Land community of Yirrkala in Australia has found a way of teaching science and math through traditional native practices—and it’s beautiful and brilliant.
Nine students–including seven minors–are suing deputies from the Worth County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia after they allegedly conducted “unreasonable, aggressive, and invasive” searches.
Please, act as though everything is normal.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos got put through the wringer during a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Tuesday about her department’s draconian 2018 budget proposal—one that would increase federal funding for private institutions while slashing support for programs for low-income students and potentially…
Auontai “Tay” Anderson just graduated from Denver’s Manual High School on May 27, and his plans for the summer include going to Elitch Gardens amusement park, working at the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop and campaigning for the District 4 seat on the Denver School Board.
In 1994, as a high school freshman, my counselor forced me to attend summer school. He told me that without it, I risked not earning enough credits to be a sophomore. So, at my mother’s insistence, I sat in a classroom making my way through workbooks while a teacher read the local newspaper and various sports…