Betsy Devos is leading a movement to roll back the initiatives used by the Obama administration to reduce racial discrimination in school punishments.
A recent nationwide review found that at least 16 failing or struggling charter schools in five states have gone private with the help of publicly funded voucher programs.
More than 30 "disappointed and alarmed" senators penned a letter chastising civil rights enforcement at the Department of Education.
Accreditation agencies have recently come under fire for failing to keep schools accountable. Now the Education Department is looking to change that.
Accreditation agencies are supposed to make sure that colleges are putting students in a position to succeed. That’s not happening at schools overseen by one accreditor in particular.
For the first time ever, the public can see the graduation rates for Pell grant recipients at over 1,000 schools.
The expert ended up prompting a back-and-forth between Supreme Court justices, who narrowly upheld use of a lethal injection drug.
It’s becoming nearly impossible to find experts to defend the practice.
Is this the beginning of a new trend in commutations?
It’s the latest in a national trend to reduce restraints of school-age children.
The Supreme Court is reviewing lethal injection for the first time in seven years. Here’s what it means for the death penalty.
All school districts in the country are required to tell the federal government how many times kids have been restrained in their schools. But some districts aren’t following through.