Prof Makes List Of Microaggressions From Male Faculty

Education | Rob Shimshock
Confused student ponders her predicament (Shutterstock/Voyagerix)

‘Sometimes you come across as a little abrupt’

Nearly Half Of The 2017 Rhodes Scholars Are Social Justice Activists

Education | Rob Shimshock
Books, an apple, and a globe sit on a student's desk in class. (Shutterstock/valzan)

‘Arriv[e] at truth through letting suffering speak’

College Calls Police On Student Who Said 'Tranny' On Radio

Education | Rob Shimshock

‘That is a hate slur, it is not allowed on radio’

'White Fragility' Inventor: There Are Too Many White Teachers

Education | Rob Shimshock

‘When did you first have a teacher of a different race?’

Teacher Charged With Assault Is Still Collecting His $98,000 Salary

US | Gabrielle Okun
A mother wants to sue the Education Department after a New York teacher, who was arrested after allegedly slapping the Bronx mom's 12-year-old daughter, is still receiving his $98,000 salary. (Photo: Shutterstock/ Syda Productions)

‘My daughter is not safe’

Democratic Senators Grill Education Department Nominees

Education | Rob Shimshock
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos makes remarks during a major policy address on Title IX enforcement, which in college covers sexual harassment, rape and assault, at George Mason University, in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

‘No child should be subjected to bullying’

UVA Loosens Sanctions On Liars, Cheaters, And Thieves

Education | Rob Shimshock
Rotunda on the grounds of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 18, 2017. Thomas Jefferson modeled the Rotunda. Construction began in 1822 and was completed in 1826 (Shutterstock/ImagineerInc)

‘More forgiving and rehabilitative’

Multiple Children Dead After '100 Shots' Fired At Elementary School

US | Rob Shimshock
Students concentrate on an exam (Shutterstock/

Shooter identified as a man in his 30s-40s wearing green camouflage apparel

FBI Recovers Video That Brings New Charges Against Penn State Fraternity

Education | Rob Shimshock
Students walk between classes in front of College Hall on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller - RC1149866740

‘Reeks of malicious prosecution’

Prof Makes Students Design Plus-Sized Swimsuits

Education | Rob Shimshock
A bathing suit and sunglasses perch atop a table. (Shutterstock/AllaSaa)

‘Fat fashion pedagogy’

University Of Arkansas Profs Bash Proposal That Could Fire Profs For Not Being 'Cooperative'

Education | Rob Shimshock
The Old Main with Senior Walk is the oldest building on the University of Arkansas campus. (Shutterstock/Natalia Bratslavsky)

‘Makes about as much sense as letting attorneys draft principles of medical ethics’

Congress To Tackle Bill Requiring Colleges Report Study Abroad Deaths

Education | Rob Shimshock
Books, an apple, and a globe sit on a student's desk in class. (Shutterstock/valzan)

The bill is named after a student who lost his life during a riptide

Laureate Education With Clinton Ties Swings To Sharp Loss

Investigative Group | Richard Pollock
Hillary and Bill Clinton (Getty images)

‘A failure to meet standards of financial responsibility’

Good News: 2/3 Of Baltimore High Schools Have At Least ONE Student Proficient In Math!

Education | Rob Shimshock
A teacher begins to lecture the class. (Shutterstock/Billion Photos)

‘Nine out of ten black boys in Baltimore City are not reading at grade level’

Harvard Faculty Refuses To Rescind Punishments For Frat Bros

Education | Rob Shimshock
Harvard University faculty rejected Tuesday a motion to rescind punishments for students who join single-gender Greek organizations. (Photo: Shutterstock/Jon Bilous)

‘Students come to Harvard not for a social utopia’

Harvard Sex Week Presenter: Anal Sex 'Increases Truth'

Education | Rob Shimshock
A superintendent threatened Thursday to punish high schoolers found responsible for the hanging of a black doll in a locker room. (Shutterstock/AstridSinai)

‘Tantalizing taboo’

DC Schools Graduation Rates Skyrocket But Math And English Test Scores Still Perilously Low

Education | Rob Shimshock
Founded in 1890, Eastern High School is a public high school located in Washington, D.C. It educates about 1100 students in grades 9 through 12. (Shutterstock/Valerii Iavtushenko)

‘Our students can and will achieve at high levels’

Newsweek Art Suggests DeVos Uses Tax Dollars For Travel ... She Doesn't

Media | Rob Shimshock
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies before the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. June 6, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘But she uses security from the U.S. Marshals Service’