Video shows of a student goose-stepping while wearing a German military uniform to school for Halloween. Many students and staff saw it as antisemitic.
Organizations took the fast track to a world dominated by remote technology, which meant that business leaders had to make a more concerted effort to be “human.” COVID had a personal dimension that affected people in so many different ways. No one had the answers, of course, but lending an empathetic ear and facing these challenges together somehow made the world a little safer and more manageable.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State's board of trustees asked President Kristina Johnson to resign after an outside consultant review, university sources told The Dispatch.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Commentary: Ending affirmative action won't level the playing field. It took me over 30 years to do that for my family
Opponents of affirmative action argue that simply eliminating it will automatically create a level playing field for all students. It won't.
- Florida Today
Citing what he called a failed discipline policy in Brevard schools, Sheriff Wayne Ivey said change is coming "starting right now."
New board members in two GOP-leaning counties essentially sacked their school superintendents over the span of one week.
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Idaho murders: Former FBI special agent says investigation shouldn't be 'hampered' because of remote learning
Former FBI special agent says the investigation into the killing of four University of Idaho students shouldn't be hampered due to students learning remotely after Thanksgiving break.
Why Biden's student-loan forgiveness plan is legal and should be reinstated by the Supreme Court, according to 44 economists, legal experts, and advocates
Millions of student-loan borrowers are waiting for the Supreme Court to decide if the relief can move forward. Here's why experts think it should.
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University of Idaho students and a worker from a pizza place started delivering pizza to police as the investigation into the murders of four students continues.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
7 books have been removed from Elmbrook school libraries amid an organized effort to ban books across Wisconsin
Months after the implementation of a new Elmbrook School District library policy, seven books have been removed from circulation.
- Time Inc
As a strike of 48,000 academic workers at the University of California—the largest labor action of the year—stretches into a third week, other universities are watching closely. The outcome in California, experts say, could shape a new model for higher education across the country.
- Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Regents said joining the UT System was the most attractive option because of the access to funding from the Permanent University Fund.
- The Columbus Dispatch
It’s something even my future kindergarten students will understand — you deserve to get what you pay for, Brooke Smith writes
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State authorities in South Carolina have been asked to investigate the death of a Coastal Carolina University student.
- USA TODAY
Student debt forgiveness is snarled in litigation and isn't expected to come anytime soon. So people should prepare to start repayments. Here's how.
The cost of college has risen rapidly. As the White House notes, the price has nearly tripled since 1980, even after accounting for inflation. With such a dramatic rise in cost, the need for changes...
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'America is always written as the hero': Native American boarding schools are a dark period in U.S. history that not enough people know about
Roughly 500 Native American children died from the abuse endured while they were at the U.S. boarding schools — a number that is only increasing as more investigations are underway.
- LA Times
As 48,000 University of California academic workers push their historic strike into a third week just days before finals, tensions and anxiety are rising. "People are losing their minds," a UC Santa Barbara professor says.
- Detroit Free Press
Two school board members who resigned turn whistleblowers and say Ethan Crumbley should have been sent home under a policy administrators ignored.
- The Gainesville Sun
Students in the UF oral history program shared with the community what they learned and experienced during their annual trip to the Mississippi Delta.
As a strike of 48,000 academic workers at the University of California stretches into a third week, schools across the country are watching