SAT Going Digital: College Admission Test To Go Online
The format change is scheduled to roll out internationally next year and in the U.S. in 2024.
More high school graduates are opting out of 4-year degrees
Even though the number of kids enrolling in college is down the number of kids enrolling in trade programs is up.
Judge says NCAA's NIL rules may break antitrust, harm college athletes
The ruling undercuts what has been a core NCAA principle: that third parties cannot pay recruits to attend a particular school.
2nd grade student brings loaded gun to Virginia elementary school
Authorities said the firearm was confiscated from Oak Grove/Bellemeade Elementary School in Richmond, Virginia, without incident.
Reproductive rights and the economy: Abortion bans come with a cost
Women's reproductive rights are interconnected with how state and local economies perform, and bans historically occur in underfunded areas.
French Senate approves a bill to make abortion a constitutional right
Wednesday’s vote came after the lower house, the National Assembly, overwhelmingly approved the proposal in January.
What are young journalists focused on in the 2024 presidential race?
Scripps News hears insight from young journalists about the 2024 election, local news and how to connect with a young audience.