International education group seeks to double number of US students studying abroad in 5 years
Police are investigating a shooting at McDaniel College in Westminster that damaged a campus building, but police say no one was injured.
Maryland's nonpublic schools are pushing for a business tax credit to encourage investments in schools.
Frozen Fallon: 'Tonight Show' host, Chicago mayor quickly dip into Lake Michigan for charity
Idaho lawmaker panel backs bill that would allow guns on state's college campuses
Family of Sandy Hook Elemtary shooting victim visits Winthrop coach who spoke out
Texas girls coach with national record for career wins retires after 52 seasons
The number of international students continues to rise at Liberty University.
French woman claims Pissarro work at University of Oklahoma was stolen from family by Nazis
University of Richmond president announces he's stepping down in 2015
Top Chicago high school basketball team forced to forfeit games because of ineligible players
Correction: UConn-Professor Probe story
Regent blasts University of Iowa president for sex assault remark, lack of communication
Union: Michigan teacher in danger of being fired over video of boy to get chance to tell story
Families of Ohio school shooting victims say in lawsuit that school lacked proper security
GAO report: Regional airlines having trouble finding pilots, pay could be 1 reason
University of Iowa president shares own experience amid criticism over sexual assault comment
183-acre campus, 35 buildings of now-closed St. Paul's College heading to auction
Court: California school officials' ban of US flag shirts on Mexican holiday was appropriate