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Ohio lawmaker pushes bill to require schools to name a valedictorian

By Louis Casiano

An Ohio lawmaker introduced a bill on Monday that would require public high schools to name a valedictorian, in response to one school's decision to abolish singling out top grade earners in graduating classes. 

Ohio lawmaker pushes bill to require schools to name a valedictorian

By Louis Casiano

An Ohio lawmaker introduced a bill on Monday that would require public high schools to name a valedictorian, in response to one school's decision to abolish singling out top grade earners in graduating classes. 

Dallas valedictorian says high school cut her mic for naming police shooting victims in graduation speech

By Louis Casiano

A Dallas high school valedictorian has claimed that administrators turned off her microphone while she spoke at graduation Sunday after she listed the names of black teens killed in a series of police shootings.

Dallas valedictorian says high school cut mic during speech for naming black teens killed by police

By Louis Casiano

A Dallas high school valedictorian has claimed that administrators turned off her microphone while she spoke at graduation Sunday after she listed the names of black teens killed in a series of police shootings.

Florida college student, suspended over gun photo, sues school

By Louis Casiano

A Florida woman is suing a technical college after she was suspended indefinitely when a photo of her posing with a hand gun at a shooting range on social media was reported to school leaders. 

Mark Gauthier: Get your roadmap ready, graduates

By Mark Gauthier

This is a time of major life change for all graduates, and there’s no better time to unfurl the roadmap that will transition you to the next stage of life.

University of Illinois sued for allegedly chilling speech with 'bias response team'

By Sam Dorman

Speech First, a First Amendment advocacy group, sued the University of Illinois on Wednesday, claiming that it suppressed political advocacy and instituted a "bias response" regime that chilled students' willingness to express their opinions.

University of Illinois sued for allegedly chilling speech with 'bias response team'

By Sam Dorman

Speech First, a First Amendment advocacy group, sued the University of Illinois on Wednesday, claiming that it suppressed political advocacy and instituted a "bias response" regime that chilled students' willingness to express their opinions.

Dozens of attorneys general ask Betsy DeVos to forgiveΒ  disabled vetsΒ students loansΒ 

By Louis Casiano

Attorneys general from 47 states, three territories and the District of Columbia on sent a letter Friday to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos asking her to forgive more than $1 billion in student loans for disabled veterans.

Dozens of graduates walk out before Mike Pence commencement address at an Indiana university

By Louis Casiano

Dozens of graduates and faculty at Indiana’s Taylor University walked out on Saturday’s ceremony just before Vice President Mike Pence took the stage to deliver the commencement address.

Dozens of graduates walk out before Mike Pence commencement address at Indiana university

By Louis Casiano

Dozens of graduates and faculty at Indiana’s Taylor University walked out on Saturday’s ceremony just before Vice President Mike Pence took the stage to deliver the commencement address.

Dozens of graduates walk out before Mike Pence commencement address at Indiana university

By Louis Casiano

Dozens of graduates and faculty at Indiana’s Taylor University walked out on Saturday’s ceremony just before Vice President Mike Pence took the stage to deliver the commencement address.

Beto O'Rourke pledges to decriminalize truancy, address fines on parents

By Sam Dorman

Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, announced on Friday that if he won the presidency in 2020, he would work to decriminalize and remove punishments on parents for children taking illegitimate absences from school.

Beto O'Rourke pledges to decriminalize truancy, address fines on parents

By Sam Dorman

Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, announced on Friday that if he won the presidency in 2020, he would work to decriminalize and remove punishments on parents for children taking illegitimate absences from school.

How a Memphis heart surgeon is saving babies and changing perceptions of America – Taliban included

By Hollie McKay

When he isn’t smoking cigars and laying low in his native of Memphis, Tennessee, pediatric cardiac surgeon Dr. William Novick is battling bombs and bureaucracy in some of the most dangerous frontlines of the world. And now he is at the forefront in promoting a different kind of U.S. diplomacy: medical foreign policy.

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