UK restricts family immigration for students
The United Kingdom government has promised to bring down immigration numbers. As part of its campaign, the Home Office is stopping many foreign postgraduate students from bringing relatives to the country.
Texas Senate advances ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill
During a late-night vote, the Texas Senate advanced a controversial piece of legislation that would limit classroom lessons, teacher guidance and school programming in Texas public and charter schools.
Texas senate passes School Safety Bill
One week before the Texas legislative session adjourns, the Texas state senate passed the School Safety Bill, days before Uvalde school shooting one-year anniversary.
COVID's impact on mental health persists in schools
Even though the COVID 19 emergency declaration has ended, its lasting effects on mental health have not, especially when it comes to our youth. National education advocacy organization the Education Trust is urging school districts to fo...
Georgia man graduates college at 72
He graduated from high school in 1969, but until four years ago, he had not thought about pursuing a college degree. At age 72, he finally graduated, Summa Cum Laude from Georgia Gwinnett College.
Teacher's OnlyFans account might get her fired
A special education teaching assistant in Vancouver who created an OnlyFans account to supplement her income is facing a threat to her day job after someone complained. The school district told her to stop posting on the paid subscriptio...
Henry Ford student graduates while in labor
A Henry Ford College graduate who went into labor the day of her graduation didn't let that stop her from walking across the stage to get her degree.
Nine killed in Serbian school shooting
Eight children and a security guard have been killed in a rare school shooting in Serbia, officials say. The suspect is a 14-year-old seventh-grade student. The accused teenager fired several shots from his father’s gun at other students...
New Ph.D. program launches new autism research
It's all happening on the campus of Towson University in Maryland, which just launched a new Ph.D. program specifically focusing on autism studies. The idea behind the new program is to bring together different facets of autism specializ...
Poland shuts down Russian-owned school
Poland says there is a big disparity in the number of diplomatic buildings each has in the other's country.
UK teachers go on strike, thousands of schools shut
UK teachers are walking off the job Thursday in the fourth day of nationwide strikes for higher pay. It's seen more than half of the schools across the country forced to close and students remain home.
Jacinda Ardern's next role revealed
Just weeks after delivering her final speech to New Zealand's parliament, Jacinda Ardern has revealed what's next. The former PM is taking up three roles at Harvard University, where she will study and speak on leadership, governance an...
The school teacher behind AI's text-to-image boom
High school teacher Christoph Schuhmann is the person behind a massive data gathering effort called LAION (Large-scale AI Open Network) which is central to the artificial intelligence boom that has seized the world's attention.
Medical students brave war to study in Ukraine
In Ukraine, the Medical Faculty in Lviv is once again hosting these students from India in their fifth year of medical school.
NCAA could face billion-dollar lawsuit
The NCAA has enjoyed great success on its playing fields; from the mens and women's basketball tournaments to the soon-to-be expanding college football playoffs, and everything in between. But at the same time the governing body of colle...
1 in 4 U.S. children misuse ADHD medicine
In the last 20 years, the number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has skyrocketed. The increase means more middle and high school students are regularly taking ADHD medicine. A 15-year study publ...
The return of studying abroad
The pandemic upended the multibillion dollar international student market globally. Universities are now looking to strike a balance between generating revenue while safeguarding academic standards as students return to studying abroad.
Japan's population problem as school closes
These 15-year-olds are the only students left at their school in the remote Japanese village of Ten-ei. They'll also be the last ever. Aoi Hoshi and Eita Sato are preparing to graduate. When they do, the 76-year-old Yumoto Junior High Sc...
HBCUs lead a national effort for more Black teachers
In America, reflecting the nation's diversity often falls short when it comes to teachers, but Historically Black Colleges and Universities are working to change that. According to the U.S. Department of Education, 79% of teachers in Ame...
The Zelenskyy fancy dress student in Japan
The Kyoto University student, known only as Amiki, wore an outfit inspired by Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy to his graduation ceremony
Statue of David caught up in pornography row
Tourists are flocking to see the statue of David in Florence after a school principal was forced to resign in the US over complaints students were exposed to pornography when the artwork was used in a lesson.
Lawmakers focus efforts on easing teacher shortage
School districts across the U.S. are grappling with teacher shortages, bringing with it increased workloads for teachers and an impact, some say, on students. One issue exacerbating the lack of teachers is the tough process of getting li...
Afghan women barred from school, head to online classes
Since the Taliban leadership in Afghanistan banned girls and women from attending school and university three months ago, millions have been denied their right to education. But while school doors have closed, windows of opportunity in e...
LA schools shut amid bus driver protests
More than 500,000 children were shut out of lessons Tuesday as school workers in Los Angeles began a three-day walkout over pay. Roughly 30,000 bus drivers, cafeteria workers and special education assistants employed by Los Angeles Unifi...
Bolivia: Protesting teachers pepper-sprayed
Teachers protesting in Bolivia against education reform were pepper-sprayed outside the Ministry of Education in La Paz by police.
The basement of 'ten thousand brains'
An opportunity to find treatments for mental health conditions or a reminder of a dark period of history? Denmark's "Brain Collection" is both.
Lebanon: One-third of children not in school
The United Nations says a third of Lebanon's children are not attending school. The country's economic crisis is rippling through the education system, which is threatening to collapse. The hardest hit in the disruptions are Syrian refug...
Wagner slammed for recruiting in high schools
After ending its recruitment in Russian prisons, Wagner's private military force is now reportedly attempting to lure high school students to fight in the war in Ukraine.
Student loan payment pause may be in jeopardy
Many people hoped the Biden Administration's student debt forgiveness plan would be a sure thing, but the decision is on hold now and you should begin to prepare to pay that debt back.