A journal that combats censorship in academia? It’s happening

Academic freedom is meant to protect scholars with controversial ideas. But some say academic freedom isn’t protection enough in an era of campus speech debates, internet trolls and threats against professors

Republican Senators introduce legislation to increase school security funding

Legislation gives schools ‘option to improve security by using federal funds’ for security

HUD Working to Make Public Housing “Book-Rich Environments”

In just its third year, a national campaign to promote literacy and a life-long love of reading has distributed one million books to children living in public housing. The program, however, has not yet moved into Georgia.

Senator Perdue Sponsors Farm To School Act

The legislation builds upon the existing Farm to School program and would provide grant-based funding to procure local foods, establish school gardens, and educate children and families on the importance of healthy foods.

Hiring diversity officers at colleges doesn’t increase diverse faculty, study finds

Does the hiring of diversity officers on college campuses make a difference?

Study: Students who practice religion faithfully do best in school

The study shows that some of the gaps in achievement are not solely related to a lack of funding or economic disparity, but a lack of habits and positive social belief.

U.S. Depart. of Ed. releases new Title IX rules for governing sexual assault/harassment allegations...

Devos releases sexual assault rules she hails as balancing rights of victims, accused

School Owner Indicted for Defrauding Department of Veterans Affairs Program Dedicated to Rehabilitating Disabled...

The owner of a physical security school has been indicted by a federal grand jury for defrauding a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) program dedicated to rehabilitating military veterans with service-connecting disabilities and for making false statements to the VA. 

2 More Parents Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

Two parents charged in the college admissions case pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Boston in connection with paying a total of $600,000...

Column: Military Family Finds Homeschooling to be Just the Right Fit

Military Family Finds Homeschooling to be Just the Right Fit