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Judge: Accused students have right to cross-examination

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  Campus Culture, Education, Ohio  /  No Comments

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In a win for accused students, an Ohio judge has affirmed that cross-examination is vital to a student’s defense.

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College bans protesters from campus in wake of flag burning

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  Campus Culture, Education, First Amendment, Massachusetts  /  No Comments

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Hampshire College continues to receive a backlash after its post-election decision to fly the American flag at half-staff.

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School choice up for debate at Marquette University

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  Education, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“But what if we allowed parents to choose what school their kids attend?”

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Advocates confident about D.C. vouchers under Trump administration

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  District of Columbia, Education, News  /  No Comments

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Advocates are hopeful that President-elect Donald Trump’s education platform of expanding school choice could lead to more than a renewal of the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program. Trump has suggested a $20 billion voucher program for use at public and private schools, but it is unclear where the money would come from. Federal education insiders see […]

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Female student punished for false accusation of sexual assault

By   /  November 30, 2016  /  Campus Culture, Education, Missouri  /  No Comments

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Too often, students who make false accusations of sexual assault receive no punishment. This needs to change.

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New Jersey school choice advocate: Caps hold students back

By   /  November 30, 2016  /  Education, Education Blog, New Jersey  /  No Comments

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“The program is stagnant,” said Valarie Smith of the N.J. Interdistrict Public School Choice Association. “We’ve been trying to work with the state for the last year, but the caps are holding the districts back.”

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