- College officials suspend hockey season over hazing claims Updated: Feb-13-16 7:11 pm
RINDGE, New Hampshire - Officials at a New Hampshire college say they are suspending the rest of the men's hockey season over hazing allegations.
- Nebraska student's rodeo poster rejected by school Updated: Feb-13-16 6:42 pm
AUBURN, Nebraska - Auburn High School in southeast Nebraska has a tradition of honoring its student-athletes by hanging posters of them in the school's gymnasium. But this year, the school has refused to hang the poster made by one athlete, because his sport of choice - rodeo competition - isn't school-sponsored.
- Williston school officials seeking solutions after bond vote Updated: Feb-13-16 4:03 pm
WILLISTON, North Dakota - Education officials in Williston are headed back to the drawing board after voters in the oil boomtown once again rejected a proposal to build a new school.
- 1st year schools chief brings stability to Wyoming education Updated: Feb-13-16 1:30 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Order has been restored in Wyoming K-12 education during state schools Superintendent Jillian Balow's first year, officials involved with state education say.
- 3rd UM cabinet member since October announces retirement Updated: Feb-13-16 1:20 pm
MISSOULA, Montana - Another member of the University of Montana president's cabinet has announced plans to retire.
- School officials reviewing rules for transgender students Updated: Feb-13-16 10:33 am
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama education officials have spent the past few weeks reviewing legal issues regarding transgender students accessing locker rooms and bathrooms on school properties.
- Longtime Massachusetts college president to retire Updated: Feb-13-16 9:17 am
GARDNER, Massachusetts - A Massachusetts community college will soon start looking for a new president, the third since the school was founded more than 50 years ago.
- Mohawk High School, tribes discuss keeping Indians mascot Updated: Feb-13-16 3:05 am
EUGENE, Oregon - Officials at one Lane County high school are optimistic a recent change in state rules may let them keep the school's long-held Native American mascot name and image after all.
- Former teachers union president pleads guilty to fraud Updated: Feb-13-16 3:01 am
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida - A former Broward Teachers Union president has pleaded guilty to defrauding and stealing thousands of dollars from the school board and union.
- Texas A&M president decries reports of racial harassment Updated: Feb-12-16 11:04 pm
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Texas A&M University is still trying to determine which students may have shouted a racial slur and referenced the Confederate flag to a group of black and Latino high school students touring the campus.
- South Dakota university president to lead Eastern Michigan Updated: Feb-12-16 8:39 pm
YPSILANTI, Michigan - Eastern Michigan University's board has selected a new president for the Ypsilanti school.
- Faculty asks Catholic college's president to resign Updated: Feb-12-16 8:32 pm
Faculty members of Mount St. Mary's University voted overwhelmingly Friday to ask the embattled president of the rural Maryland school to resign by Monday morning.
- Interim UMinn athletics director candidate for permanent job Updated: Feb-12-16 4:32 pm
MINNEAPOLIS - The interim athletic director at the University of Minnesota says she is a candidate for the permanent job.
- St. Louis area principal with cancer gets 100th coaching win Updated: Feb-12-16 3:40 pm
WEBSTER GROVES, Missouri - A suburban St. Louis high school principal who is fighting brain cancer has marked his 100th win as a basketball coach.
- Bill would allow boards to send students to private schools Updated: Feb-12-16 2:30 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A bill before lawmakers in New Hampshire would allow school boards to send students in towns without a public school for their grade to an approved non-religious private school.
- Washington & Lee names next president Updated: Feb-12-16 2:07 pm
LEXINGTON, Virginia - Washington & Lee University has named the school's next president.
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania reassigns questioned dean Updated: Feb-12-16 12:19 pm
INDIANA, Pennsylvania - Indiana University of Pennsylvania has reassigned one of its deans after a newspaper questioned more than $35,000 in spending linked to him.
- Eufaula school board to appoint successor for slain member Updated: Feb-12-16 11:32 am
EUFAULA, Oklahoma - The Eufaula school board will appoint a successor for a board member who was killed in a January bank robbery.
- Ky. Community college system president picked for new board Updated: Feb-12-16 4:06 am
VERSAILLES, Kentucky - The president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System has been picked for a new board that will advocate for community colleges at the federal level.
- 3 schools with names tied to Confederacy to be renamed Updated: Feb-12-16 2:17 am
HOUSTON - The Houston Independent School District Board of Education has voted to begin the process of renaming three schools named after men tied to the Confederacy.
- Section of suburban Detroit street renamed Glenn Frey Drive Updated: Feb-11-16 9:18 pm
ROYAL OAK, Michigan - A suburban Detroit school board has approved naming a stretch of street after the late Eagles star Glenn Frey.
- University leader in Lincoln addresses racism in community Updated: Feb-11-16 5:37 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A leader at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says the school is taking steps to address issues of racism on campus and in the community.
- Portsmouth School Board approves transgender policy Updated: Feb-11-16 4:10 pm
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - The Portsmouth School Board has unanimously approved the school district's first-ever policy regarding transgender and gender non-conforming students.
- Augusta education board approves medical marijuana policy Updated: Feb-11-16 3:22 pm
AUGUSTA, Maine - The Augusta Board of Education has approved a policy that would allow students to use medical marijuana to manage various medical conditions.
- Clovis school board to revisit gender-specific dress code Updated: Feb-11-16 2:27 pm
CLOVIS, California - A San Joaquin Valley school board will revisit its student dress code after concerns that its policy breaks state law protecting gender expression.