Category: Education

Is the Partisan Divide Too Big to Be Bridged?

From the urban and rural divide to the partisan gulf, from religious groups to warring factions on campuses, organizations and fun...

No Field Is No Problem for a School’s Softball Cha...

The elite Baccalaureate high school, housed in a former pocketbook factory in Queens, is known for its college-level courses. And ...

Grand Jury Declines to Indict Principal Accused of...

In a case that roiled a racially diverse town in New Jersey for months, a high school principal is one step closer to getting his ...

Sandy Hook Victims Are Remembered on Day They Woul...

More than 11 years after one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history, on what would have been the victims’ high school gradu...

50 Years After a Tornado Warning, an Oklahoma High...

In 1974, a high school commencement ceremony in Moore, Okla., was interrupted by a tornado warning. Decades later, students finall...

Howard University Votes to Revoke Sean Combs’s Hon...

In a unanimous decision, the university’s board of trustees also moved to disband a scholarship in Mr. Combs’s name amid investiga...

University of California Workers Ordered to End St...

An Orange County judge ruled that the labor action by academic workers was causing students “irreparable harm.”

Closure of Philadelphia Art School Spurs Review by...

The abrupt closure of the University of the Arts affects hundreds of faculty members and more than a thousand students.

H. Bruce Franklin, Scholar Who Embraced Radical Po...

A cultural historian, he was fired by Stanford University in 1972 over an anti-Vietnam War speech that became a cause célèbre of a...

Pro-Palestinian Protesters Occupy Stanford Preside...

Demonstrators took over the office at dawn and demanded that Stanford University trustees vote on divestment from companies said t...

Student Protesters Want Charges Dropped as Univers...

Students have clearly broken codes of conduct and, in some cases, the law. But the question of whether and how to discipline them ...

In the ‘Demandingly Joyful Company’ of Socrates an...

Responses to an essay about the role of liberal arts in higher education. Also: Tim Scott; political violence; saving Marilyn Monr...