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Latest Education Items
Students in California's state university system are protesting (again) because tuition is going up, yet California politicians support the DREAM Act and want to offer further discounted tuition to noncitizens, otherwise known as illegal aliens.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and members of a new "children's union" called Tuesday for the swift reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
America's ornery dropout problem has been called an "epidemic" and a "crisis," and while an advocacy group founded by retired Gen. Colin L. Powell say they remain appropriate labels, the group will announce some good news on that front Tuesday.
Kentucky coach John Calipari's mother, Donna, died Sunday in Charlotte, N.C., following a long battle with cancer. She was 74.
It had been penciled in for nearly a month, but now it is set in ink.
The classrooms of Meyer Elementary School in Northwest Washington used to be filled with young minds and its playground was full of romping youngsters.
The much discussed documentary "Waiting for Superman," which offers a harsh portrait of the country's public schools, has inspired a promotional collaboration among the Borders Group superstore chain, an education fundraiser and the publisher of the movie's companion book.
The former HBO series "The Wire" is the topic of a new class at Johns Hopkins University, in the city where the drama was based.
When his professors drone, Dan Kautz whips out his phone.