More Black Families Turn To Home Schooling Amid The Pandemic
Families are opting to homeschool rather than return to the traditional classroom.
NCAA proposes new division in which top schools can pay athletes
NCAA Pres. Charlie Baker says his proposal will help address vast disparities between the wealthiest schools and the hundreds of other NCAA schools.
Learning loss during pandemic a global problem, study finds
The U.S. climbed in global rankings as other nations experienced more severe learning loss during the pandemic.
House panel questions college presidents over antisemitic incidents
More than 3 out of 4 Jewish American college students said they have seen or witnessed antisemitism this school year.
Texas judge rules woman can obtain emergency abortion despite ban
2 months after Hamas attack, Israel pursues terrorists in south Gaza
Israel is continuing its pursuit of Hamas leaders in the territory as it engages in door-to-door gun battles.
Washington Post writers strike, accuse paper of unfair labor practices
The writers are participating in the newspaper's biggest work stoppage in 50 years as workers seek raises.