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Latest Education Items
The state has loaned $1.4 million to the struggling Muskegon Heights school system to help end its relationship with a charter operator.
The high school graduation rate in the United States will not increase as quickly as experts think it can without more improvement in California, which educates one-fifth of the nation's low-income school children and more Hispanic students than any other state, a report released Monday concludes.
The Florida House on Monday passed legislation that would allow trained officials to carry guns in schools, but with the matter stalled in the Senate, the bill may not become law this session.
No uniforms, no class and lots of chalk - that could describe the experience of Bolton High School art students each year during Chalk Fest. But the sidewalk art day is much more than that.
University of Nebraska President J.B. Milliken will be stepping down Friday to become chancellor of City University of New York.
Roughly 50 Rutgers University students are staging a sit-in at a school administration building in New Brunswick to protest the school's decision to invite Condoleezza Rice to speak at the university's commencement next month.
The three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination in the race for Maryland attorney general have agreed to face each other in two debates.
The Missouri Senate endorsed a budget plan Monday that ensures a funding increase for public education but will require negotiations with the House to hammer out the final specifics.
The board that oversees Arizona's state university system plans to take a look at fees that students pay in addition to tuition.