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Judge: “At what point will it be enough?”

Judge: “At what point will it be enough?”

Virginia school district’s “anti-racist” training targeted in lawsuit over principal’s discharge

A handful of U.S. schools are adding another protected class to their policies

Police and the community are still seeking answers

Critics say partisan group was flawed from the start


Over the last few decades, many educators and analysts focused on girls’ academic success

Revisiting a letter from 23 years ago

More women than men are finishing high school and college

Local students can get in-state tuition regardless of their immigration status

Over 6,000 K-12 students have poured into New York City schools and most of those students are likely immigrants

LAW | Court affirms right to opt schoolchildren out of transgender teaching