New Hampshire finished fourth in a study by the website 24/7 Wall St. examining average student loan debt for college graduates in the 50 states.
Back to school on America’s college campuses can be an exciting time for parents and students alike. But if your college freshman comes home for Thanksgiving break and you no longer recognize the person you dropped off just three months prior, that excitement may turn to shock, or even anger.
“The American Pageant,” a longtime staple of history teachers and their students, has evolved over its previous 16 editions into a left-leaning handbook wherein all Democratic presidents are depicted as American heroes and Republican presidents portrayed negatively.
A new report from the Joint Fiscal Office suggests that the student population in Vermont will continue to decline through 2030 while the retiree population will continue to rise.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said that it is no surprise “families want more control” over their children’s education.
Act 60 is an education financing law that has been called Vermont’s Titanic. It is slowly but surely sinking the state into icy waters of unanchored education spending.
Boghossian’s hypothesis was simple: the leftist fixation on intersectionality and what he termed “grievance studies” have led to a sharp decline in the quality and rigor of scholarship within the discipline.
A California school district will not allow parents to opt their children out of classes containing LGBTQ content, figures or historical references, emails show.
At least two Vermont school districts this fall will introduce bans on cell phone use by students during school hours — a seemingly common sense policy that hasn’t always worked well in other school districts.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) relaunched its Legal Network encouraging attorneys to defend student and faculty First Amendment rights after it earned its 13th win in court earlier this year.
There’s an inherent unfairness to forcing many working-class Americans who couldn’t afford to go to college themselves to pay off the loans of those who could.