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U.S. Department of Ed Acts on School Safety, Student Privacy

It's all a result of a report that found “substantial misunderstanding remains at the local level among officials and educators concerning (FERPA), and in particular its application to school-based threats.”

U.S. Department of Education Announces Initiative to Address the Inappropriate Use of Restraint and...

Effort to Protect Children with Disabilities, Ensure Compliance with Federal Laws

NASA, National Science Foundation Announce Support for White House STEM Engagement Plan

Plans to strengthen science, technology, engineering, and math education through partnerships continue.

University removes research report from website on gender dysphoria

Brown University censors a scientific research paper on gender dysphoria from its website backlash.

New study shows increase youth suicide attempts

Performance anxiety or social pressures could be factors, according to researchers.

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.

Trump administration to give $63M in disaster relief to colleges impacted by fires, Irma,...

Colleges impacted by Irma, Maria, and wildfires to receive federal aid.

Education Secretary urged to remove lax Obama-era school discipline directives

Florida Senator Marco Rubio urges the Departments of Education and Justice to toss Obama-era school-discipline policies

3 Georgia Students Named 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars

Of the 161 named, 3 are from Georgia.

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