The Christian university movement is driven by massive demand for access to higher education and liberalization of government chartering–both global trends.
Linda Livingstone, Baylor University's first female president, discusses her role at the Texas Christian school and how she plans to dig it out of ongoing controversy over its failure handling sex assault allegations.
As a former school desegregation lawyer and now a scholar of educational inequality and law, I have both witnessed and researched an odd shift to a new kind of segregation that somehow seems socially acceptable.
Obasi Shaw is the first Harvard student to submit a rap album as a senior thesis. He was awarded a grade of summa cum laude minus for the project.
A divinity professor at Duke University has apparently resigned following disciplinary actions against him, after he questioned the value of diversity training at the school.
Montreat College is facing protest for insisting faculty and staff sign and live in accordance with a new document that opposes same-sex marriage and abortion.
Kassie Benjamin-Ficken, a teacher in Minneapolis, discovered her love of math in elementary school.
Teen journalists were assigned to do an introduction piece for their new principal Amy Robertson. What they found soon forced her to resign.
Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown and the University of Pennsylvania all want Ifeoma White-Thorpe.
School district officials are planning a community meeting to decide whether or not creating advertisements for a slave auction is an appropriate assignment for fifth grade students.