It’s not often you see a Chief Justice of a state Supreme Court apologize for making a mistake. But that’s exactly what recently happened in Florida after the Florida Board of Bar Examiners recommended cancelling a scheduled on-line Bar exam just days before the test.
Posting armed police in public schools does not make schools safer, concludes a recent study of law enforcement in Florida schools. The study focuses on Florida schools, which are required by state law to have armed law enforcement officers on all campuses, even at elementary schools.
Approximately 500,000 student-athletes play in multiple NCAA divisions nationwide. Someday soon, those players will be able to get paid, and with the NCAA’s blessing.
College students forced into online classes are suing colleges, saying the classes aren’t as good as in person. Experts say that might be a tough sell.
Many colleges are canceling their fall sports seasons, not just because of health concerns, but also financial liability.
With the lives of children, their teachers, and their families at stake, it is inevitable that the national controversy about how to reopen schools would end up in the courts. … Learn More
On the heels of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision affirming that religious schools are largely exempt from most employment discrimination claims, some fear the ruling is concerningly broad and … Learn More
Colleges and their international students across the country are breathing a collective sigh of relief after the Trump Administration this week abruptly reversed a rule that would have forced foreign … Learn More
Even before the arrival of the coronavirus, the usefulness and necessity of college entrance testing was a hotly debated and litigated subject. Health, safety and economic pressures resulting from the … Learn More
There are two primary organizations that offer pre-college testing to high school students, the College Board Inc., founded in 1900, and ACT (American College Testing), a rival testing organization that … Learn More