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A journal that combats censorship in academia? It’s happening

Academic freedom is meant to protect scholars with controversial ideas. But some say academic freedom isn’t protection enough in an era of campus speech debates, internet trolls and threats against professors

DeVos appoints former Democratic governor to head national testing board

Education secretary Betsy DeVos appointed former North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue to serve as chair of the National Assessment Governing Board.

Pediatrician group says 40 years of current sex education curriculum is not effective

After 40 Years of Comprehensive Sex Ed in Schools, Why Are STDs at Epidemic Levels?

Trump sends out Proclamation on National School Lunch Week , Oct. 14-Oct.20

National School Lunch Week - Oct. 14 - Oct. 20

Report: Consistent and strong teacher evaluation models improve teachers and students

Recent Efforts to Improve Teacher Evaluations Yield Multiple Benefits, Including Retaining More Effective Teachers and Prompting Least Effective Teachers to Leave.

Education Secretary DeVos announces “Rethink School” Tour, GA on the list

Georgia is part of the tour for Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

Juuling craze – Sale of e-cigarettes skyrocket among youth

Juuling sales are way up for youth.

Republican Senators introduce legislation to increase school security funding

Legislation gives schools ‘option to improve security by using federal funds’ for security

Hiring diversity officers at colleges doesn’t increase diverse faculty, study finds

Does the hiring of diversity officers on college campuses make a difference?

Trump administration to give $63M in disaster relief to colleges impacted by fires, Irma,...

Colleges impacted by Irma, Maria, and wildfires to receive federal aid.