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Iowa’s new law raises question: ‘What is systemic racism?’

Faculty and staff in public schools, including public universities, are not to engage in the discussion of “systematic racism” in Iowa or the U.S....

Iowa Board of Regents proposes tuition hikes for public universities

Students at Iowa's public universities would see higher tuition and fee rates for the upcoming school year under a new proposal by the Board...

College athletes score a big win in the U.S. Supreme Court...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that the National Collegiate Athletics Association cannot limit educational compensation to student athletes due to...

Wisconsin congressman tries to ban ‘critical race theory’ in District of...

WASHINGTON — A Republican member of the U.S. House from Wisconsin wants to restrict how District of Columbia public school teachers talk about racism and...

Cyberattack on New Hampshire school district illustrates growing threat to states...

WASHINGTON — In October 2019, officials at a tiny western New Hampshire school district suddenly realized they had a problem on their hands. The Sunapee...

U.S. House Ag leader seeks permanent scholarship funding for 1890 land-grant...

WASHINGTON — Leaders from 1890 land-grant colleges laid out to the House Agriculture Committee how a fresh infusion of scholarship funding provided by Congress...

Iowa schools to use $774.5M in federal aid to improve literacy,...

Iowa state education officials laid out plans for spending $774.5 million in federal aid from the American Rescue Plan, including efforts to address a...

School district refused to let domestic-abuse victim return to work

An Iowa school district acted unreasonably when it refused to let a teacher who had been the victim of domestic abuse return to work...

Education legislation changes outlook of school districts

As summer begins for Iowa’s various school districts, administrators are taking a collective breath after a difficult school year filled with many legislative and...

States poised to let college athletes profit from their name, likeness

WASHINGTON — A seismic shift will rock college sports next month, when a handful of new state laws go into effect allowing student athletes...
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