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After a death, Glynn County officials want to discourage unruly seaside parties held by graduating high school students.
After protests from some students and teachers, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Saturday that she is withdrawing as speaker from Rutgers University's commencement ceremony later this month year, saying she didn't want to be a distraction for the school.
Private schools across Indiana are nearing capacity under the state's three-year-old voucher program, and the space crunch could force lawmakers to consider providing money to expand buildings.
The job description for the new position of state school security director should include one key detail: prepare to be very busy.
San Jose State University has expelled three students accused of bullying and tormenting their black roommate by putting a bike lock around his neck and calling him derogatory names.
A student badly wounded during a mass stabbing at his Pennsylvania high school last month has attended prom with his girlfriend.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is reporting that West Virginia is one of eight states cutting higher education funding.
The University of Cincinnati is sending more than 100 faculty and staff members to participate in a day of service projects for communities surrounding the school's campuses.
A bear cub that nipped students at Washington University was not rabid and will not be euthanized, officials of the St. Louis school said Friday.