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The dress code, which bans satin caps, bonnets, hair rollers, pajamas and revealing and sagging clothing, has been criticized as racist and elitist.
Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.
The panic of mass shootings has ramped up efforts to secure schools. But anxieties remain high, even as federal data shows that schools are less violent.
Changes to middle school enrollment in parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan could force City Hall to take action on school segregation.
At least some children of the parents who were charged in the college admissions scandal have reportedly received letters that notify people that they could be targets of a criminal probe.
An 18-year-old student, Sebastian Serafin-Bazan, ended up in critical condition at an area hospital after going into cardiac arrest.
The policy, which was announced on Saturday, will continue to ban from enrollment women anyone who identifies as a woman.
Defenders of the writing style have lobbied to revive it in schools, igniting a debate about American values and exposing intergenerational fault lines.
The voices of young people with different views of social justice are pushing the Mormon Church to modernize.
He favored high standards for college applicants and programs to help minority students meet those standards. Earlier he had helped revive Spelman College.
The inaugural class of third and fourth graders at the school have posted extraordinary results on its first set of test scores.
As the first woman and first person of color to lead the Newhouse School at Syracuse, she helped students and faculty embrace the future — and diversity.
Simone Davies, a teacher and author, helped make over my kids’ playroom using Montessori educational principles like creating a sense of peace and instilling autonomy in children.
Men in Japan do fewer hours of domestic work than in any other wealthy nation. Mothers and fathers there told us how they’ve managed to buck the norm.
A once-obscure program named Discovery has become an unexpected flash point in a local debate about specialized school admissions and the national fight over affirmative action.
The university made the decision as part of an agreement resolving a 14-year investigation by the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights.
College athletes, who have had to settle for hollow victories in court, have the leverage to overhaul a system of sham amateurism and reap their share of the riches they bring.
An immersion camp in California that aims to revitalize Hupa is part of a growing worldwide effort to revive endangered languages.
Ashley Wright said she had alerted the school that her daughter was being bullied by a classmate before her death.
The American Curriculum: Is the U.S. a Democracy? A Social Studies Battle Turns on the Nation’s Values
Michigan spent five years debating how to teach American history. One of the biggest questions was how to describe the nation’s government.