Despite a continual push by Mayor de Blasio, many New York City parents have not sent their children back to the city's schools for in-person learning.
White House officials announced that nearly 80 percent of teachers, school staff members and child care workers have received at least a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The U.S. Marshals have secured an international warrant for the man suspected of fatally shooting a Yale graduate student, who was also an Army veteran.
A new protocol for closing schools due to coronavirus includes basing the decision on the number of cases and where the spread occurred.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers reached a new budget deal in Albany to the tune of $212 billion.
The San Francisco school board has reversed a much-criticized decision to rename 44 schools it said were linked to racism, sexism, slavery or other injustices.
New Yorkers over 16 years old can sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations starting Tuesday.
Police are asking anyone with information about a man who exposed himself to girls near a high school on Long Island to contact them.
Baylor beat Hartford, Wisconsin, Villanova, Arkansas and Houston to get a chance to play Gonzaga in its first NCAA championship on Monday night.
New York City schools will no longer temporarily close when there are two reported cases of coronavirus, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio Monday.
The school will make exemptions for medical reasons and religious beliefs.
Alison Collins says she is the target of a smear campaign to label her a racist.
Months after toxins forced a Vermont high school to close its doors, students began attending classes in an old Macy’s department store.
The IRS issued a warning this week about an ongoing tax refund phishing scam targeting students and staff at colleges and universities who have a “.edu” email address.
The federal government has extended a pause on student loan payments to more than 1 million people who have defaulted on loans held by private lenders, aiding thousands who were at risk of having tax returns seized to pay the debts.
A party attended by more than 100 people at a small house near the University of Connecticut has resulted in two arrests.
The U.S. Education Department is temporarily relaxing the rules of a student loan forgiveness program that's meant to help people with disabilities but that critics say carries overly burdensome rules.
As more Americans get vaccinated, colleges are considering mandatory vaccines for students before returning to campus.
The study concluded that comprehensive, school-based early childhood programs could lead to improvements in body mass index (BMI) later in life.
Rutgers University will be requiring students who are enrolled for the 2021 fall semester to be vaccinated against COVID-19, with exceptions for medical and religious reasons.