A Wake Forest philosophy major is one of three college students with North Carolina ties to earn Rhodes scholarships to study at England’s Oxford University.
The University of Virginia is grieving after a man opened fire on a bus full of students returning from a field trip Sunday, killing three of the university's football players and injured two others.
Teachers and administrators, already facing long hours and low pay, now find themselves under pressure from politicians, parents and even their own school districts.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: The Carmichael Show, Stephanie Williams' work for Marvel, The English and more.
A new program being piloted in a handful of Connecticut classrooms, called Feel Your Best Self, is using the joy of puppetry to teach children how to manage their feelings and empathize with others.
Arizona's Senate seat, among other races, are still undecided. President Biden speaks to the U.N. climate summit in Egypt. A Texas judge strikes down Biden's student loan-forgiveness plan.
A judge in Texas has vacated President Biden's student loan relief plan, calling it unconstitutional. The ruling will almost certainly be appealed by the U.S. Justice Department.
District Court Judge Mark Pittman, an appointee of former President Donald Trump based in Fort Worth, said the program usurped Congress' power to make laws.
A mock election in a Wisconsin government class shows the limitations of a two-party system.
Schools across the U.S. are seeing more students struggle with grief, but are ill-equipped to support them. One school district in Texas is training its mental health providers to help them cope.