Education

Investigators to give Ohio St report on Meyer next week

Aug 17, 2018

Ohio State says factfinders investigating coach Urban Meyer's handling of domestic abuse allegations against a former assistant will deliver a report sometime next week

Professors challenge to Texas 'Campus Carry' law rejected

Aug 16, 2018

Three University of Texas professors have lost another legal round in their challenge to a Texas law allowing people with concealed-handgun licenses to carry weapons on public university campuses

Democrats' hope to beat Walker is former teacher

Aug 15, 2018

Tony Evers will try to capitalize on his even-keeled demeanor and background in education as a former teacher, superintendent and now state schools chief to do something no Democrat has been able to achieve in 28 years _ beat Scott Walker

AP Photos: Anxiety evident as Marjory Stoneman year begins

Aug 15, 2018

AP Photos: Wanting to forget, but not be forgotten, Marjory Stoneman kids begin a new school year

Murrieta district pays $11M over boy's school pool death

Aug 15, 2018

A Southern California school district will pay $11 million to the parents of a 13-year-old boy who died after being pulled unresponsive from a high school pool

2nd Florida university cuts ties with Confucius Institute

Aug 15, 2018

University of North Florida announces it is cutting ties with a Chinese government-supported language and culture institute

From Reese Witherspoon to SJP, the rise of celeb book clubs

Aug 15, 2018

Celebrities ranging from Jimmy Fallon to Reese Witherspoon are following in Oprah Winfrey's wake with book clubs of their own

Investigators focus on 5 areas in search for Iowa student

Aug 15, 2018

Authorities investigating the disappearance of an Iowa college student are focusing on five areas in and near her hometown

3 scientists share $500,000 prize for work on cancer therapy

Aug 15, 2018

Three scientists will share a $500,000 medical prize for their studies of the immune system that have led to innovative treatments for cancer, HIV and other diseases

Defense: No evidence in teen's death days after Obama event

Aug 14, 2018

Defense lawyers highlighted a lack of physical evidence in the trial of two men charged in the 2013 shooting death of a 15-year-old Chicago student days after she performed with her high school band at then-President Barack Obama's inaugural festivities.

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