In their first year at U.S. universities, women who escaped the Taliban are struggling to adjust — and to reckon with what they left behind.
More school employees are carrying guns to defend against school shootings. In Ohio, a contentious new law requires no more than 24 hours of training.
At a moment when education technology firms are stockpiling sensitive information on millions of school children, safeguards for student data have broken down.
A new report estimates that it may take students at least three to five years to recover from the pandemic. Federal relief money will most likely have run out by then.
Even in states that protect abortion rights, colleges are proceeding with caution.
Colleges like Yale and Harvard give a boost to legacy applicants. But with affirmative action under attack, that tradition may become harder to defend.
At City Council meetings and at a protest on Sunday, the relatives of the slain children and teachers have shown their anger and frustration.
A cautionary tale from Croydon, N.H., where one man tried to foist a change so drastic it jolted a community out of political indifference.
But she also wants to be known as more. At dinner with the aspiring public intellectual and her “cabal.”
The university, which had climbed to No. 2 in the influential rankings, said it needed more time to address questions about its data, which were raised by a Columbia math professor.
Although the number of top transgender athletes is small, the disagreements are profound, cutting to the core of the debate around gender identity and biological sex.
A tactic using social media sites to direct threats at individual students has unsettled schools in New York City and around the country.
Lawrence S. Bacow steered the university through the pandemic as well as an attack on its admissions policies, which are likely to face a Supreme Court test this year.
Teachers were already grappling with adrift students and political fights. After the mass shooting in a Texas elementary school, many wondered how much more they had left to give.
Ilya Shapiro, who tweeted that a “lesser Black woman” would get a Supreme Court nod, was cleared by a school investigation. He decided to leave anyway.
American teenagers are reporting severe levels of anxiety and depression. But when Connecticut moved to expand mental health services in schools, it ran into fierce opposition in one town.
A generation of students may be weighing the value of college versus its cost, questioning whether college is still the ticket to the middle class.
Uvalde officials had trained to confront gunmen and, like other schools around the country, had invested in security.
Joshua Katz says he was targeted because of his criticism of a campus protest group. A university report says the concerns are related to his inappropriate conduct with a female student.
Lucy Calkins, a leading literacy expert, has rewritten her curriculum to include a fuller embrace of phonics and the science of reading. Critics may not be appeased.