The money goes back to borrowers whose colleges shut down, in many cases because of fraud and mismanagement.
The decision is a major victory for state employees, as well as for state Attorney General Andy Beshear as he runs to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin, who championed the controversial law.
In a 71-page report, Southern Baptist leaders are documenting their dark history, as if by telling the story in wrenching detail, they may finally be freed of its taint.
Experts say there isn't solid evidence that federal aid drives up college prices, except in one sector: for-profit colleges.
American teens are chronically sleep deprived, in part because of early school start times. But how much difference can a later start make? As Seattle's school district found out, it can help a lot.
A roller coaster of a meeting results in what critics say was the plan all along: a five-year cost-sharing agreement to keep school resource officers in Portland Public Schools.
The move follows an NPR investigation that found thousands of teachers had grants unfairly converted to loans.
Students with campus jobs at Grinnell College want to unionize, but the college is pushing back and asking the National Labor Relations Board to reconsider an Obama-era ruling allowing such unions.
The 13-year-old died two days after he was physically restrained by a staff member at a private school that provides special education services to students in California.
If you're one of the thousands of teachers who had grants converted to loans even though you were meeting the teaching requirements of the TEACH Grants program — we want to hear from you.
In this week's roundup of education news: The nation's first strike at a charter school network. We also look at two new reports. One finds that special ed teachers are in short supply; the other finds that school spending is up — with a caveat, of course.
Portland Public Schools is starting plans for a bond measure in 2020, and it might divert from the facilities plans set years ago, to prioritize renovations at all the high schools.
Students say she cut part of one Native American classmate's braids and called another by a racial slur. It happened on Halloween and the teacher was in costume as a 19th century voodoo queen.