For colleges in the middle of the pack, the financial calculus during the pandemic looks very different, with in-person classes on campus a way to survive.
International students will be required to take at least one in-person class to keep their visas, at a time when many universities are prioritizing online instruction.
President Trump spearheaded an administration-wide push to pry open the nation’s elementary and secondary schools, the next phase of his effort to get the economy on its feet.
Four first-generation college students in Newark, N.J., tell the story of the pandemic, their uprooted plans — and what they found out.
The Tshiuetin line, the first railroad in North America owned and operated by First Nations people, is a symbol of reclamation and defiance for the communities it serves.
One hundred years after the 19th Amendment, suffragists’ descendants consider how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.
The court drew its decision narrowly when ruling against a Montana tax break that excluded religious schools. But denominational school advocates will push a broad application.
Facing a $9 billion loss in tax revenues, city leaders cut agency spending across the board, including the Department of Cultural Affairs.
Religious schools should have the same access to scholarships and funds as other private schools, the justices ruled, in a victory for conservatives.
Sea lions are often referred to as “dogs of the sea.” On a small island off the Baja coast, where the playful animals populate every rocky outcropping, they live up to their nickname.
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