Supreme Court justices will soon announce a decision on an affirmative action case, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. That could decide whether race can be used to determine college admission. (June 17)
The outgoing president of Pennsylvania's Lycoming College stumbled on a valuable and long-missing piece of history, a document signed by President Abraham Lincoln. (June 14)
The Director of the SACS, the agency that accredits schools, had some harsh criticism for a suspended DeKalb County School Board member who's asking to get her old job back. Dr. Pamela Speaks was removed from the school board, along with five other members. On Thursday, Speaks attended a reinstatement ...
A big storm is heading to the Mid-Atlantic Thursday morning, after dropping rain overnight from Wisconsin to Ohio. However, the storm is not as strong as was forecast. (June 13)
Rising infrastructure costs and sinking enrollments are forcing public school districts across the country to shutter buildings. Detroit is earning high marks for what it's doing with its surplus of dilapidated schools. (June 10)
Clayton County Public Schools, which has faced accreditation issues and other challenges, said this time it’s not at fault.On Saturday, 100 students came to Lovejoy High School in Lovejoy prepared to take the ACT test. Only no one showed up to administer it.“While officials with the School System deeply regret ...
A woman who was critically wounded in last week's Santa Monica shooting rampage died Sunday, bringing the total number of victims killed by the gunman to five. (June 9)
A man with a semi-automatic rifle killed at least four people and wounded several others Friday as he carried out a deadly rampage across several blocks of Santa Monica, Calif. Police shot him dead in the Santa Monica College Library. (Ju...
Medical officials say a woman who was wounded at a shooting near Santa Monica College in California has died. (June 7)
Dueling measures in the Senate fail, raising concerns that interest rates on new student college loans will double come July 1. Americans already have more than $1 trillion in student loan debt. (June 6)