Senate confirms William 'Bro' Adams of Colby College to lead National Endowment for Humanities
Police: Substitute English teacher had sex with 2 18-year-old students days before graduation
Turkmen president abolishes exam based on book written by predecessor
Confederate battle flags removed from Washington & Lee University campus in Virginia
Texas hospital reaches $1.1 million settlement with New Mexico woman over body cavity search
For-profit Corinthian Colleges seeking to reassure students at campuses that will close
Connecticut police, others recognized for their response to 2012 Newtown school shooting
Public vs private college grads earn about same, survey finds, and certain majors out-earn all
Study-abroad kids now stay connected to home, but is that a good thing?
For-profit education company Corinthian Colleges to sell 85 campuses, close 12 others
Nation's largest teachers' union calls for Education Secretary Duncan to resign
Survey: Public vs private college grads earn about the same, certain majors out-earn everyone
Ruling clears way for thousands of young immigrants to get driver's licenses in Arizona
Obama highlights new administration effort to put high-quality teachers in high-needs schools
Richmond schools achieve accessibility standards, action spurred by 2005 lawsuit
Schools working to tackle 'summer melt,' keep incoming college students on track to enroll
Another local school district is stepping into the controversy over building cellphone towers on school property.
Working to tackle 'summer melt,' schools try to keep incoming college students on track
District of Columbia schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson says better planning is needed to prevent a "cannibalistic environment" between charter schools and traditional public schools.
For unions, members more likely to be female and in jobs with ties to government entities
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