- $12M of SC State's debt to be forgiven, $6M must be repaid Updated: May-27-16 6:22 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - South Carolina State University would be free from $12 million in state loans but would have to repay $6 million over the next 16 years under terms approved Friday by legislators negotiating a state budget compromise.
- Texas City district prepares to take over La Marque schools Updated: May-20-16 11:41 am
TEXAS CITY, Texas - The Texas City Independent School District will soon have sole access to La Marque (luh-MARK') schools in annexation of the troubled neighboring district.
- Medical College aims at northern psychiatrist shortage Updated: May-20-16 7:36 am
MILWAUKEE - The Medical College of Wisconsin is moving to address the state's shortage of psychiatrists in northern Wisconsin.
- All Kansas schools reaccredited as standards ready to change Updated: May-18-16 4:32 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - The Kansas State Board of Education has renewed the accreditation status of all the state's public schools as well as every private school that participates in the program, regardless of how their students performed on statewide tests.
- Money troubles close college once headed by Sanders' wife Updated: May-16-16 2:18 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A tiny Vermont college that has faced financial troubles since it was headed by the wife of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will close at the end of the month, officials announced Monday.
- UA president proposes major restructuring of system Updated: May-13-16 3:07 pm
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The president of the University of Alaska is calling for a broad restructuring of the institution to deal with financial woes that he says could amount to a 22 percent reduction in funding.
- Riverview Gardens backers speak out at public hearing Updated: May-06-16 1:48 pm
ST. LOUIS - Parents, students and graduates of a St. Louis-area school district are making the case for shedding an unaccredited designation, which allows students to transfer to better-performing schools.
- Computer science demand forces state's colleges to ramp up Updated: Apr-30-16 3:06 am
SEATTLE - Four years after graduating from the University of Washington, Audra Linsenmayer began to realize that the job opportunities were few for someone who had majored in English and psychology, as she had.