Vermont has agreed to pay legal fees and tuition costs of multiple families who plan to use the funds to send their children to religious schools after initially prohibiting public tuition funding from going to students who attend religious schools.
A California school district has defended its decision to approve the After School Satan Club, a program affiliated with The Satanic Temple, to use a local elementary school's facilities following complaints from parents.
Over two dozen Florida parents spent hours voicing objections to a school district's sex education curriculum for middle schoolers during an independent hearing after over 3,000 petitions were filed urging the school board to reconsider the recently passed curriculum.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights will investigate whether the largest school district in Virginia failed to properly handle harassment against Jewish individuals in the district.
School board races across the United States this week were a bit of a mixed bag for candidates opposed to what they say is the implementation of progressive ideologies in public schools although a political action committee says it has helped flip over 100 school board seats to conservatives in the last year.
The cost of remedying setbacks to student learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns that led to school closures across the U.S. could be around $700 billion, a figure that some experts say is difficult to assess until more data is available.
A university tied to the theologically conservative Christian Reformed Church in North America has decided to allow faculty members to dissent against the denomination’s views on sex outside of marriage.
A recent report from the Jewish advocacy group Anti-Defamation League highlighted an increase in anti-Israel activities at U.S. colleges and universities, raising concerns about the incidents and their impact on Jewish students.
Most top universities have inadequate due process protections as Title IX changes loom, report finds
A new report reveals that most of the top colleges and universities in the United States have inadequate protections for students accused of wrongdoing as proposed changes to the federal government's interpretation of a longstanding law raise concerns.
SWBTS confirms staff cuts, pursues sale of seminary-owned property: 'These have been difficult decisions'
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Texas-based Southern Baptist academic institution, has undergone cuts to its staff as part of a restructuring procedure and might also pursue other measures to address budget issues.
A Christian university has credited God for the record number of students it welcomed this year, both online and in person, making it one of the youngest universities to achieve such a feat.
Activists protesting conservative commentator Matt Walsh's college tour at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where his documentary film “What is a Woman” was being shown, grabbed a Bible from a young man who was reading it aloud and ripped out the pages. One protester used his teeth to shred the ripped-out pages and spat them on the cement ground.
Florida education officials have passed a new rule requiring public and charter schools to allow students to access bathrooms and locker rooms based on biological sex rather than preferred gender identity.
Student reading and math scores suffered significant declines in the past three years as the nation analyzes the impact the COVID-pandemic had on education, according to The National Assessment of Educational Progress.
A constitutional amendment to protect parental rights was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives this week amid heightened concerns about the state of public education in the United States.