The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights has recently opened an investigation into Harvard University over claims of antisemitic incidents on campus.
Stories in Education
A high school football coach in Georgia has been fired after he oversaw an event on public school property last month in which a pastor baptized 20 members of the team.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s superintendent of public instruction cannot intervene in a lawsuit against the state’s first religious charter school.
Nearly 90% of parents, the majority of whom say their child gets Bs or higher grades in school, believe their children are also performing at or above grade level in reading and math. However, data from standardized tests suggests the reality is much worse than what they think.
Grand Canyon University formally notified the U.S. Department of Education on Thursday that the school will appeal the unprecedented $37.7 million fine levied for alleged deceptive practices regarding its doctoral program.
Two Christian colleges in Minnesota are back in court seeking the right to participate in a dual enrollment program as attorneys for families wishing to apply college credits their children received in high school at the institutions insist that the state is "waging a senseless campaign" against faith-based colleges.
Columbia University has suspended two student groups for holding an unauthorized walkout demanding the institution call Israel's military response in Gaza a "genocide" days after a Columbia Business School board member quit over safety concerns.
A new report reveals that homeschooling continues to be the fastest-growing form of education in the United States even after the COVID-19 lockdowns that sparked the increased embrace of homeschooling has receded.
A former student at a public high school in Chicago was awarded $150,000 in a settlement last month after suing over a Transcendental Meditation program that she alleged violated her constitutional rights.