A Federal Court has ruled once again in favor of a transgender student in Virginia who was prevented from using the bathroom conforming to their gender identity.
Dozens of well-off students from the Chicago area are getting college subsidies.
After a series of line item vetoes, the University of Alaska is facing a 41% cut in state funding.
A law review article written when the former was a student provides an interesting contrast.
The surging candidate seems to be trying to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Rural Americans are much less likely to go to college than their urban counterparts. Is there a solution?
Senators Warren and Sanders have both proposed plans to forgive student loan debt and make public colleges tuition-free. That’s easier said than done.
The Democratic Socialist wants to absorb $1.6 trillion of student debt.
Having exhausted their word list and the competitors, the contest ended with octo-champs.
This year’s graduating class at West Point includes a record number of African-American women.
An investigation has found that a doctor linked to Ohio State’s wrestling program abused more than 170 students during his time at the school.
I’m not sure his solution is correct or even legal. But the problem is very real.
It’s an interesting idea, although one fraught with moral hazard.
US higher education is made up of far more than just the Ivies and other elite schools.
Per-student investment in public colleges has not recovered from the Great Recession.
Despite the obvious connection with the university’s namesake, the word does have other connotations.
More turmoil in the UNC athletic program threatens Carolina’s academic standing.
A racist scholar took some fascinating photos of an enslaved man in 1860. Now, his descendants want the rights to them.
Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are the most famous of dozens of rich folks trying to get their kids into elite schools.
The 83-year-old is taking time off finishing his LBJ quintilogy to write his memoirs. Is that selfish?
Gender bias in student evaluations of college professors diminishes considerably by changing the scale.
The State of Texas is arguing in Court that a school district can force a student to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. This is a blatant violation of the First Amendment.
The Ohio State University Board of Trustees has suspended football coach Urban Meyer for three games over his handling of allegations of domestic violence by an Assistant Coach dating back to 2015.
The head football coach at the University of Maryland has been suspended after reports of a “toxic environment” that led to the death of a student athlete in June.
Another Federal Judge has ruled in favor of a transgender student seeking the right to use the gender that conforms to the gender they identify with.
A Federal Judge in Oregon has rejected an efforts by a parent’s group to block a school district policy that allows transgender students to use the restroom facilities that conform to their gender identity.
The plagiarism case reported last May was resolved after ten months of aggravation for both sides.
A seemingly innocuous change to a newspaper style guide has some significant implications.
He thinks his Constitutional rights are being violated. They’re not.
The Trump Administration’s School Safety Commission isn’t getting off to a very good start.
We have a generation of schoolkids who aren’t even surprised when there’s a shooting at their school. That’s a problem.
A Federal Judge in Virginia has handed a significant legal victory to a student who sued their school district because they were barred form using the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
Solving the problems created by neighborhood-based schools isn’t going to be easy.
The Commission on College Basketball recommended an end to the one-and-done rule and other major reforms.
Randa Jarrar was classless and contemptible, which is protected by the First Amendment. As a tenured state employee so is her job.
CNN reports that the Interior Secretary, who claims to be a “geologist,” merely has a geology degree.
A plurality of Americans aged 18 to 34 have no idea how many people were killed, what Auschwitz was, or how Hitler came to power.
The idea that individuals have different “learning styles” is apparently not borne out by the evidence, according to recent research.
Dan Drezner notes some challenges on this topic, and I add some of my own thoughts.
Johnetta Benton was caught on tape in a 15-minute rant against President Trump’s campaign slogan. She ain’t wrong.
Repeated studies have demonstrated their bias against women and minorities. Why do we use them to make employment decisions?
Wisconsin-Stevens Point is shuttering 13 majors, including English, history, political science and sociology while expanding more job-oriented programs.
Yet another example of the foolishness of having firearms in the schoolhouse.
Students across the country are staging 17-minute protests at 10 am in their time zones.
Kids are more likely to be killed driving to school than shot while there. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try and prevent them.