Millions of dollars are flowing into state legislative races. Redistricting and the coronavirus are expected to be top of the policy agenda in 2021 and party control could mean everything.
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People ages 18 to 29 are turning out in record-breaking numbers for early voting. But will pandemic-related disruptions to campus life affect student voter turnout on Election Day?
For the past few years, journalist Andrew Marantz has been embedded in the world of far-right extremists online. He explains how once-fringe conspiracy theories migrated into the national discourse.
Homecoming is the party of the year at historically Black colleges and universities, but the pandemic has canceled many events. We go to North Carolina A&T to see how virtual celebrations are going.
A new report finds the return to education has been much slower in the world's poorer countries.
Superintendent J.H. Binford Peay III resigned on Monday amid allegations that the school's culture was hostile to Black cadets. The state is now investigating "structural racism" at VMI.
Wastewater offers an ideal testing opportunity for colleges: People often poop where they live; colleges know who lives in each dorm; and testing wastewater is a cheaper way to monitor virus spread.
Budget cuts + rising pandemic costs + zero federal relief = a school funding crisis.
New research has found few links between in-person K-12 schooling and COVID-19 case rates. "There is not a consistent pattern," one study author said.
There is a winner in one of the country's biggest middle school science competitions: the Broadcom MASTERS. Ishana Kumar looked into how retinal fatigue may play a role in seeing "imaginary colors."
By Election Day, more than 60% of public school students will be attending schools that offer in-person learning at least a few days a week, an updated tracker finds.
Participants in an apprenticeship program that matches employers with community colleges were able to earn substantially more after one year than their peers at community colleges, a new study finds.
Woods released a plan Monday afternoon outlining his aspirations for the future of Georgia public schools. The plan calls for reductions in high-stakes testing such as Georgia Milestones, long a target of criticism from the superintendent.
Caleb Anderson is a sophomore at Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta, Ga. He's taking calculus and macroeconomics and wants to be an aerospace engineer to help "people reach the stars."