The broader American electorate will send the GOP a message in 2018 if things don’t change.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos plans to change the way colleges and university handle allegations of sexual violence on campus.
Julian Schmoke Jr., a former official at embattled DeVry, is to lead the Education Department’s unit investigating fraud at for-profit colleges.
Acting Under Secretary James Manning wrote Sen. Dick Durbin: “no borrower defense applications have been approved between Jan. 20, 2017, and today.”
The rules aim to make schools financially responsible for fraud and forbid them from forcing students to resolve complaints outside court.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Deregulation of charter schools allows private entities access to public monies without proper oversight.
As the crowd kept trying to shout her down, university president Edison Jackson briefly took over the microphone to lecture the students.
The bad news is that proposing cuts doesn’t mean they will happen. It’s Congress that writes budgets.
‘The numbers in Chicago are very rough,’ the president said.
Chicago real estate investor Sean Conlon stars in four episodes of a new CNBC show, “The Deed: Chicago.”
This is what happens when a president with a weak moral compass outsources to others the job of doing what’s right.
In a tweet Sunday from its official account, the Education Department attributed a quotation to W.E.B. DeBois, incorrectly spelling his last name.
Then let’s ask ourselves why Hollywood celebrities spend hardly any time hammering the failing schools in their own backyards.
The vice president’s tie-breaking vote on a Cabinet nomination is a first in the history of the Senate.