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The Rhode Island Senate will hold an economic summit focusing on ways that developing the workforce can address the state's lagging economy.
The U.S. Department of Education's lead official on adult and technical education is returning to Rhode Island to highlight President Barack Obama administration's priorities on workforce development, education and training.
Mary Kamandala worried about her children.
Federal education officials on Friday approved California's plan to roll out new computer-based standardized tests this spring, ending a months-long dispute that put the state at risk of sacrificing $1.5 billion in federal school funding.
The website for the University of Northern Virginia, which was shut down by the state of Virginia last year for lacking accreditation, has removed references to its new South Dakota main campus.
A group of current and former students at the University of California, Berkeley, have filed a federal complaint against the school over how it handles sexual assaults.
The U.S. Department of Education is investigating Michigan State University's response to sexual harassment and sexual assault complaints involving students on campus.
The cash-strapped Indianapolis Public Schools must provide more athletic opportunities for female students at six high schools to comply with Title IX, the U.S. Department of Education said Wednesday.
The newly installed acting president at Mid-Continent University says he expects the school to remain open through the end of the semester despite financial woes.