"The school area is again safe."
The Wear Orange campaign has achieved some success going state by state.
Doctors educated outside the U.S. are essential for delivering care inside America.
Twin sisters, who were kicked off their sports teams, fought rules against braids they felt were racist. The Massachusetts AG told the school to stop the discriminatory rules.
Since the deadly events at Columbine High School in 1999, school shootings have become a disturbingly regular occurrence.
One likened women to donkeys, while another said meat-eaters tell lies and commit sex crimes.
Eight-year-old Jonathan Martinez died from gunshot wounds hours after a murder-suicide in his special needs classroom.
Live ammo wouldn't be permitted under a bill that would authorize education officials to create a "comprehensive firearm education course" for high school students.
Are you looking for a reason to clock off early and hit the hay?
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's objections to a Muslim prayer room at school has been criticized an "Islamophobic publicity stunt."
The classical crossover singer wants a meeting with President Donald Trump to discuss transgender rights.
The prescriptivist stranglehold on grammar isn't just restrictive, it's often just plain wrong.
Of America's 975,000 international students, roughly 16,000 have been prohibited by executive order from entering (or re-entering) the country.
Billionaire philanthropist Betsy DeVos is set to head the U.S. Department of Education.
If male students identify as women, can they apply for scholarships intended for women?
Alleged shooter, 14, charged with murdering father, wounding two others.
A new poll finds that more than half of French people worry schools are not safe enough.
The Russian leader opened the academic year with a visit to a high school in Vladivostok.
The first day of school is a day of celebration in Ukraine.