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Instagrammer gets 14 years in prison for violent plot to hijack domain name

December 10th, 2019 by schoolbound

A fight over led to a bloody encounter.

California mother has agreed to plead guilty in Varsity Blues college-admissions case

December 9th, 2019 by schoolbound

Prosecutors say a mother paid $9,000 for someone to take online classes to help her son graduate from Georgetown University.

Report: Federal government wasted millions of dollars on charter schools that never opened

December 9th, 2019 by schoolbound

Michigan, Betsy DeVos’s home state, had the most charters that got federal money but never opened, according to the report from a public education advocacy group.

Should we worry that American children are becoming less creative?

December 9th, 2019 by schoolbound

Changes in American childhood in the past two decades are depriving children of their most powerful asset: creativity.

Pete Buttigieg releases $1 trillion-plus plan for early-childhood and K-12 education

December 7th, 2019 by schoolbound

He is pledging to build a new system to care for and educate all children from birth to age 5 and to spend hundreds of billions to strengthen K-12 schools. Here are the details.

UNC faculty votes to condemn Silent Sam settlement giving $2.5 million to Confederate heritage group

December 7th, 2019 by schoolbound

Students protested the settlement, which would keep a Confederate statue off the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus but gives money to an organization with values many reject.

Purdue president calls black scholar ‘one of the rarest creatures in America.’ After criticism, he apologized.

December 5th, 2019 by schoolbound

Mitch Daniels says his word was poorly chosen. Here’s what happened.

Tufts removes Sackler name from campus, will create endowment to combat addiction

December 5th, 2019 by schoolbound

Like many institutions, Tufts University has been grappling with what to do about financial gifts from a family whose name is now linked to the country’s opioid epidemic.

Senate approves bipartisan deal to fund minority-serving colleges, but its chances in the House remain uncertain

December 5th, 2019 by schoolbound

The bill will make permanent $255 million in annual funding for tribal colleges, Hispanic-serving institutions and historically black colleges and universities, using the money saved by simplifying the federal financial aid application. But the amendment may have trouble clearing the House.

$100 million gift to Yale aims to educate future school leaders — tuition-free

December 5th, 2019 by schoolbound

The donation from the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation will fund the Broad Center at Yale School of Management.