- UT discrimination lawsuit asks important questions Updated: Nov-17-13 10:50 am
- Missouri to buy into Arizona observatory Updated: Nov-11-13 10:50 am
- Change has cities, schools facing credit downgrade Updated: Nov-10-13 1:47 pm
- DC Charter School Board releases school rankings Updated: Nov-10-13 12:31 pm
- SC schools show improvement on state report cards Updated: Nov-08-13 5:52 am
- 9 Arkansas schools awarded top honor in rankings Updated: Nov-06-13 6:37 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Sixty-seven years after the first lawsuit over who gets to attend the University of Texas, a federal appeals court is again judging the school's fairness and drafting a ruling that could change college affirmative action programs nationwide.
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri plans to buy into an observatory in Arizona, with a goal of doing research it currently isn't able to perform, university officials said.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma's treasurer and state auditor say an accounting change has cities and schools in the state facing a possible downgrade in their credit rating, which in turn could drive up the cost of borrowing money.
WASHINGTON - New rankings show a third of the District of Columbia's charter schools that are subject to annual rankings are high-performing "Tier 1" schools.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - More of South Carolina's public schools and districts received "excellent" ratings again this year, due to increases in standardized test scores and the high school graduation rate.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Nine Arkansas schools have been singled out for high honors in a state Education Department accountability report.