- Emails detail hidden plan for Kansas City district Updated: Dec-08-13 7:43 pm
- Charter-school bill moving through Pa. legislature Updated: Dec-08-13 6:22 pm
- Finding a home is next step for proposed school Updated: Dec-08-13 5:57 pm
- UConn gives out first 2 Newtown scholarships Updated: Dec-08-13 4:53 pm
- URI prof says high number of snowy owls in state Updated: Dec-08-13 4:52 pm
- Protesters accuse Ga. university of animal cruelty Updated: Dec-08-13 4:43 pm
- Delgado to break ground on new center Updated: Dec-08-13 4:34 pm
- New protests at Egypt's Al-Azhar university Updated: Dec-08-13 3:43 pm
- U.Va. strategic plan price tag estimated at $564M Updated: Dec-08-13 3:41 pm
- Preserving movie archive presents 'reel' challenge Updated: Dec-08-13 3:30 pm
- Gov. calls for bells to toll Dec. 14 for Newtown Updated: Dec-08-13 2:44 pm
- No apparent end to Pence, Ritz communication woes Updated: Dec-08-13 2:11 pm
- 2 youngest US senators seek to lower college costs Updated: Dec-08-13 1:50 pm
- New Mexico's high school graduation rate improves Updated: Dec-08-13 1:38 pm
- Construction continues on West Liberty Elementary Updated: Dec-08-13 1:16 pm
- Fulton woman helps inmates prepare for GED Updated: Dec-08-13 1:04 pm
- Students at elementary school to garden Updated: Dec-08-13 12:56 pm
- Illinois Wesleyan professor voted for Mandela Updated: Dec-08-13 12:50 pm
- EXCHANGE: Students helps police with cold case Updated: Dec-08-13 12:38 pm
- MGCCC, EPA sign Gulf Program agreement Updated: Dec-08-13 12:23 pm
- LSU-Shreveport makes online push Updated: Dec-08-13 12:08 pm
- Wicker to speak at MSU graduation Updated: Dec-08-13 12:05 pm
- Princeton searches for Salinger leaker Updated: Dec-08-13 11:38 am
- Buffalo forum added to NY education reform tour Updated: Dec-08-13 11:12 am
- Education rallies planned in dozens of cities Updated: Dec-08-13 11:04 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Newly released emails show Missouri's top education official has worked behind the scenes to create a statewide district that would operate some of the state's lowest-performing schools.
PHILADELPHIA - The first major overhaul of Pennsylvania's charter-school law is making its way through the Legislature.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - With school board approval, a new charter school devoted to using Southcentral Alaska as a laboratory to teach middle-schoolers through outdoor expeditions is one step closer to opening its doors.
STORRS, Connecticut - The University of Connecticut has awarded the first two scholarships under a program launched to help those affected by last year's massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.
WESTERLY, Rhode Island - A University of Rhode Island professor says the high number of snowy owls seen in the state this year is unprecedented.
AUGUSTA, Georgia - Nearly 100 demonstrators and their dogs gathered in Augusta on Saturday to protest Georgia Regents University's use of dogs to test human dental implants.
NEW ORLEANS - Delgado Community College will break ground Wednesday on the Marvin E. Thames Sr. Learning Resource Center.
CAIRO - Egyptian police fired tear gas Sunday in an attempt to disperse supporters of the country's ousted Islamist president protesting at the dormitories of an Islamic university in Cairo.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - The University of Virginia estimates it could cost more than a half-billion dollars to implement a five-year strategic plan.
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Indiana University has 2,200 reels of classic movies that it wants to digitize and preserve indefinitely, but challenges stand in the way.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut's governor is calling for houses of worship to mark the first anniversary of the Newtown school shooting by ringing their bells 26 times - once for each of the victims killed inside Sandy Hook Elementary School.
INDIANAPOLIS - Welcome to Indiana's own "Cold War," a tit-for-tat fight over education more akin to something out of Dr. Seuss' "The Butter Battle Book" than high-brow statesmanship.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The two youngest members of the U.S. Senate are co-sponsoring legislation aimed at lowering college costs by withholding federal funds from schools that fail to meet new national affordability and quality standards - a proposal likely to draw strong opposition from higher education institutions.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - New Mexico's high school graduation rate improved during the last school year, but the state remains near the bottom in national rankings when compared with rates from other states.
WEST LIBERTY, Kentucky - Officials say construction is almost done a on a new West Liberty Elementary school and they expect students to be able to return by the start of the new year.
FULTON, Mississippi - "In a lot of ways, going to jail can be a good thing," said Itawamba Learning Center volunteer Pat Thorn.
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee - Students at Apison Elementary School in Hamilton County will soon be gardening.
BLOOMINGTON, Illinois - A professor from Illinois Wesleyan University is recalling his vote for Nelson Mandela, and his sense of awe at the time of the historic election in South Africa.
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois - Four days after he was reported missing in October 1990, Jerry Wolking's Chevrolet Suburban was found in the parking lot of the Quad City International Airport.
GAUTIER, Mississippi - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is partnering with the Environmental Protection Agency to expand environmental education programs at the two-year school.
SHREVEPORT, Louisiana - It's worked for Northwestern State University, and LSU-Shreveport officials hope online programs can do the same to help their campus.
STARKVILLE, Mississippi - U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., will speak to fall semester graduates at Mississippi State University on Saturday in Starkville.
PRINCETON, New Jersey - Officials at Princeton University are trying to find out who is responsible for leaking an unpublished manuscript by J.D. Salinger from the university's library.
BUFFALO, New York - New York Education Commissioner John King Jr. has added a promised Buffalo stop to his education reform tour.
BUFFALO, New York - Monday is being billed as a national "Day of Action" among teachers and community groups worried about the state of public education.