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Latest Education Items
The investigation into Minot State University's handling of sexual abuse allegations is regarding one complaint made by a student last year, the chief of staff for the North Dakota University System said Friday.
Florida will allow students in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition at the state's public colleges and universities, making it the latest of 20 states to enact such a measure.
Gov. Jack Markell says education is a critical component in ensuring a strong state economy.
Seven Washington University students have been arrested as part of a protest over the university's affiliation with the coal company Peabody Energy.
Indiana's efforts to set its own educational course could be at risk if the state fails to correct issues with the implementation of its No Child Left Behind waiver, the U.S. Department of Education said.
Democratic members of New Mexico's congressional delegation say there's uncertainty about schools' continued ability to provide federally funded free meals for low-income students.
Gov. Mike Pence is urging Indiana's often-divided education leaders to work together to prevent the state from losing its waiver from the national No Child Left Behind law.
Trustees at North Carolina's flagship university are reviewing the amount of a health fee paid by thousands of students and how it is spent after officials questioned the money's use for sex counseling and stage performances addressing sexual topics and social advocacy.