At the request of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Florida A&M University said that it was delaying disciplinary action in the wake of the possible hazing death of a marching band drum major.
Tyndale Theological Seminary & Biblical Institute in Hurst won its freedom from state regulation in 2007, but some worry that the ruling might increase unaccredited diploma mills in the state.
Columbia cannot compete with the likes of Ohio State when looking for a new football coach, but it does have its advantages.
As a House proposal threatens to cut financing, policy experts worry about the future of initiatives to make government dollars go further and work better.
Even with the recent decline, New York City’s fourth- and eighth-grade math scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress are still up since 2003.
A handful of college counselors from across the country shared with The Choice their observations on this year's application season, noting that student interest in public institutions has heightened, as has interest in getting in applications well ahead of deadlines.
The school’s dean, Feniosky Peña-Mora, has been a lightning rod for staff criticism since his hiring in 2009, but the university continues to dismiss calls to replace him.
At some of New York City’s highest-rated public elementary schools, recess is now a time for lunchtime clubs that focus on the extras, like music, arts and computer science.
The chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents, Merryl H. Tisch, has provided strong counterpoint and criticism to the Bloomberg administration’s education policy.
The United States Supreme Court decided not to review a lower court’s ruling against a Bronx evangelical church that is fighting for access to public school space for services.
A new lab sets Johnson & Wales apart in the culinary arts as students wash glassware, make ice, mix standard drinks and create their own.
N. Gregory Mankiw, an economics professor, has a message for students who walked out of his class at Harvard last month: The study of economics should be viewed as a method, not a doctrine.
Ruth J. Simmons, president of Brown University, says effective leaders work amiably with others and support their goals.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s assertion that a preoccupation with class size is silly flies in the face of education studies.
Participants at the roundtable said there was discussion on the role the federal government should play to improve graduation rates.
Ray Nicosia, director of testing integrity for the Educational Testing Service, answers questions about cheating and security measures surrounding the SAT and ACT.
On Monday, President Obama gathered 12 higher-education leaders at the White House to discuss ways to make college more accessible and affordable for all.
Clayton Spencer served at Harvard for 14 years in various capacities.
Chief executives at 36 private colleges earned more than $1 million in 2009, as the median compensation rose to $385,900, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Jane Addams High School for Academic Careers is under investigation for allegations that the school gave students credits for multiple courses for taking a single class.