A pilot program will revisit a two-decade ban on federal student aid for the incarcerated.
A phrase referring to President Reagan's rhetoric as "bellicose" was also removed.
Last year Oklahoma, Georgia and Texas all introduced bills threatening to pull the course over the guidelines.
The school won't require most undergraduate applicants to submit SAT or ACT tests scores.
Eight days off from war and weapons could put every child in school, she says.
Kevin Blair used to send FBI agents on counterterrorism missions in Iraq. Now he's helping children with disabilities in the D.C. suburbs.
The class at the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts will be one of the first of its kind at the high school level.
There's Berkeley and Texas A & M, of course. But also schools in Virginia, Wisconsin, Missouri, Colorado, Georgia, Oregon ...
A study found that two public university presidents earned more than $1 million last year.
'The New Yorker' writer mockingly warns that Harvard might soon be "down to its last $30 billion."
Cheating, poor grades seen as main factors; revenue a factor in recruitment.
Artisanal pencils are so hot right now.
Strikes by students against mandatory testing have taken place in all 50 states.
The National Guard shooting that killed four students and seriously wounded nine others took place 45 years ago today.
We must find new ways of dealing with and talking about sex.
Turkish students are demanding Jedi and Buddhist temples in response to plans to build more mosques on university sites.
A unique program for black boys in the East Bay lights a way out of the ghetto.
"A good education can lift you from the most humble circumstances into a life you never could have imagined."
Professor Graugaard proposes to reinvent sex education in the classroom, an idea that divides public opinion in the UK.