The University of Arizona joins schools in a number of other states in covering tuition and fees for tribal members, who have been less likely than other Americans to pursue higher education.
Bibb County installed three automated school zone speed cameras in the late spring with plans to install more in the coming months. In the final two weeks of school, more than 2,000 citations were issued and more than 5,000 received warning letters in the mail.
The conference hosted by the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency has been held every year since 2009, offering a chance to share knowledge on matters ranging from bullying prevention and emergency weather preparation to gang activity, student drug use and mass shootings.
Each teacher selected for the program will receive a $3,000 credit on their state income taxes each year for five consecutive school years.
The administration proposed an overhaul of regulations to expand protections for LGBTQI+ students and require schools to respond to all sexual discrimination complaints.
Kenny Butler and Daniel Duron worked toward their degrees while in prison. Their journey could become more common with Pell grants becoming available to incarcerated people.
Daniel Duron got a rare opportunity to work on his bachelor's degree while in prison. Early release means he'll have to finish his final semester as a college student on the outside.
Frank DeAngelis was principal at Columbine High School in Colorado when 12 students and a teacher were killed there. He helps lead a group that offers aid and a sounding board after each fresh attack.
The school says it allows Ohio State to control use of "The" on branded products associated with and sold through athletics and collegiate channels, such as T-shirts, baseball caps and hats.
As a third pandemic school year draws to a close, new research offers the clearest accounting yet of the pandemic's academic toll.
The 6-3 opinion, which was along ideological lines, invalidates provisions in 37 state constitutions that ban the direct or indirect use of taxpayer money in religious schools.
Daniel Duron changed his life by earning his bachelor's degree behind bars. His path will be more available next year, when people in federal and state prisons will once again qualify for Pell grants.
Under the campaign, the school has also offered need-blind admissions to international students and increased the household income limit for full scholarships to $125,000.
A schoolteacher in Hawaii connected with a student through skateboarding, only to find out he couldn't afford a board of his own. She started a grassroots organization to fix that.