- 9 Pennsylvania colleges target of gender complaint Updated: Apr-17-14 4:31 pm
- Topeka Boys, Girls Clubs get federal grant Updated: Apr-16-14 5:04 am
- Missouri chancellor vows changes after rape case Updated: Apr-15-14 6:26 pm
- Physical fitness grants awarded in Oklahoma Updated: Apr-15-14 1:23 pm
- Mansfield schools awarded physical fitness grant Updated: Apr-15-14 1:10 pm
- US to Manchester district: Improve minority access Updated: Apr-10-14 4:59 pm
- Florida St faces investigation after Winston case Updated: Apr-04-14 8:11 pm
- Nation's top education official visits Hawaii Updated: Mar-31-14 10:13 pm
- Audit questions agency management under Cindy Hill Updated: Mar-26-14 8:31 pm
- Department of Ed revives Bright Futures probe Updated: Mar-23-14 12:23 pm
- Indiana minority students face more punishments Updated: Mar-21-14 6:37 pm
- Federal agency settles with SC charter schools Updated: Mar-20-14 4:00 pm
WASHINGTON - A women's legal organization has filed discrimination complaints against nine universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, alleging the schools have repeatedly failed to provide equal athletic opportunities for female students over several decades.
TOPEKA, Kansas - The Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka have been selected to receive more than $272,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to provide an integrated physical activity and nutrition program.
ST. LOUIS - The University of Missouri's new chancellor said Tuesday he is prepared to make the school "accountable and responsible" after an independent review faulted its response to the suicide of a former swimmer who told health professionals before her death that she had been raped by several football players.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The U.S. Department of Education has awarded four grants in Oklahoma to be used for physical fitness programs.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - The Mansfield School District in western Arkansas has been awarded a $160,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Education for physical fitness programs.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - New Hampshire's largest school district must to do more to enroll minorities in college and career prep courses and should consider revising how it assigns students to strict academic levels, the U.S. Department of Education said Thursday.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - A federal query into whether Florida State University adequately investigated whether Heisman Trophy-winner Jameis Winston sexually assaulted another student could result in the school losing federal funding, but history suggests a settlement will be reached instead, officials said Friday.
WAIANAE, Hawaii - The nation's top education official is vowing to look into concerns about assessments for students attending Hawaiian-language immersion schools and how Native Hawaiian-focused charter schools are funded.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - An independent audit found questionable management practices in the Wyoming Education Department when it was under the control of Superintendent Cindy Hill. But the audit left it up to state attorneys to determine if any laws were broken.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has revived a probe into Florida's Bright Futures scholarship program, which critics charge is increasingly out of reach for the students who need it most.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana is part of a continuing national trend of educators shelling out greater punishments to black and other minority students, data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Education's civil rights division shows.
WASHINGTON - An arm of the U.S. Department of Education has reached an agreement with the South Carolina Charter School District regarding access to the Internet for people with disabilities.