Colleges and universities may now use a higher burden of proof.
Sexual harassment could be harder to prove under new regulations released by the Education Department.
President Donald Trump arrives at a campaign rally in February.
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American teens are much more perceptive about their political world than they are given credit for, a recent study shows.
Football glory costs money.
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Much more than trophies are at stake when colleges recruit football players.
The Supreme Court has long avoided weighing in on this question.
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A federal court with jurisdiction over Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee found that the state governments have a legal obligation to ensure that children can learn how to read.
Educators debate whether kids lose too much over the summer break.
School closings due to COVID-19 could prompt school districts to try to make up for lost time during the summer. An education scholar explores the pros and cons of that scenario.
Members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) , 1964.
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The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, or SNCC, traces its lineage to students who learned from a 'second curriculum' at historically black colleges and universities, a historian recounts.
Eye contact gets warped in the virtual world.
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An educational technology scholar illuminates some of odd feelings people experience when they communicate through cameras on the web.
Tight finances have long beset HBCUs.
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Without government intervention, three experts warn, HBCUs will have a difficult time bouncing back from the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Millions of American kids are logging into class from home.
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As long as teachers are creative and resourceful, kids will keep learning. What's less clear is how schools will make up for the lost time if they remain closed for several months or longer.
It’s hard to make this shift on short notice.
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An online education expert explains the challenges schools will face as they go virtual.
Millions of US kids are suddenly being taught outside the classroom.
Encouraging kids to complete their work can be tough for families managing full-time work and family obligations on a tight budget. And that's true even when schools are operating normally.
Brandon Fant, left, gets his blood tested for lead poison levels by Lashae Campbell at a clinic in Flint, Michigan.
The children who suffered lead poisoning as a result of the Flint water crisis of 2014 are likely to struggle academically and socially as a result, an expert on treating lead-poisoned children argues.
Many states prohibit people from receiving state financial aid for college in prison.
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The federal government isn't the only one that has banned student financial aid to prisoners. Many states have enacted their own bans as well, new research shows.
Some of the old rules may no longer apply.
Families may want to relax some of their usual rules for digital media use due to social distancing. But keeping bedtime screen-free still makes sense.