The student, Max Brennan, was initially required to use a gender-neutral restroom.
It's true that much of the scholarship that professors in the humanities produce is micro-focused and barely relevant to larger social concerns. But those academics would also be best served by ignoring that critique.
Australian researchers find the experience changes students' personalities—for the better.
Only 64 percent felt freedom of speech was secure in the U.S.
Tuition from international students at community colleges often helps the institutional bottom line. But is the education really helping international students?
Teachers around the country report emotional and behavioral problems among their students as a result of ICE raids. Even kids from families under no danger of deportation are affected.
University workers attend a rally outside the Scottish Parliament on March 8th, 2018, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The State House and Senate agreed on a bill to raise pay by 5 percent for all state employees, including teachers and school service workers.
Instead of decriminalizing our schools, too many teachers and school police continue to escalate.
Purdue University has received full approval from the Higher Learning Commission to convert the school into a new college called Purdue Global.
While investor Bill Miller's recent $75 million university endowment for philosophy astonished Americans, Ireland has gone one step further: introducing the subject to high school students.
When academics start complaining about "cultural Marxism," they're entering—wittingly or no—a realm of deep anti-Semitism.
Isolation boxes have been used as punishment against students with special needs for decades. Why did it take neurotypical students being isolated for parents to collectively speak out?
No children were harmed in the incident, which comes just two weeks after a gunman killed 17 students at a Florida high school.
Thoughts of death inspire us to cling more tightly to the beliefs that give our lives meaning—including our ideological stances.
The students most at risk for corporal punishment include the most vulnerable groups, such as black students and those with disabilities.
Union leaders are demanding that Governor Jim Justice and state representatives arrange a meeting to hear employee demands for higher pay raises.
The historian debunks myths around civil rights history and makes the case for why a more honest history is key to moving forward.