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The superintendent of Fairbanks schools was placed on leave while a hired law firm investigates how the district handled a case of alleged sexual abuse by an employee, school board officials said.
Wolf Point school district has agreed to redraw its voting areas for board elections after an ACLU lawsuit argued the district favored white voters in the predominantly Native American area.
Nevada's efforts to adopt new education standards are being roundly applauded by educators and business leaders but drawing the scorn of some parents who say the initiative is too radical.
Federal investigators are looking into a northwest Missouri school district's finances after questions were raised last month about stipends given to a number of top school officials without school board approval.
The superintendent of a small Southern California school district who makes more than the president of the United States has been put on administrative leave while his salary is reviewed.
Residents of a small southwestern Indiana town are hoping to keep the local high school and elementary school open as charter schools start opening this fall.
Kansas Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker said Wednesday she is resigning next month to become an adviser to the chief education official in a major Middle Eastern city.
Former DeSoto Parish schools Superintendent Walter C. Lee's legal troubles are far from being over.
Hundreds of Jefferson County teachers walked out of a contract negotiating session on Monday to show their dissatisfaction with school board decisions affecting their wages and the negotiating process.