The court is weighing challenges to admissions programs at the University of North Carolina and Harvard that use race among many factors in seeking a diverse student body.
The justices are re-examining decades of precedent allowing affirmative action policies. This time, however, there is every likelihood that the court will overrule some or all of those precedents.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with David Kaplan, former legal affairs editor for Newsweek, about two landmark affirmative action cases being argued on Monday.
The court will hear two cases challenging the constitutionality of race-conscious admissions at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dozens of students filed out of a school bus, and into the Bur-Mil Park early voting site Tuesday morning.
The trucking industry projects it will need to hire over a million drivers over the next decade. One idea that's gained some traction: Bring in younger drivers, starting in high school.
Where do I apply? Who qualifies? Can borrowers get a refund? NPR took the most frequently asked questions readers had about Biden's student loan relief plan and answered them.
In Grand Island, Neb., the school district eliminated a high school journalism program after students published an issue of the school paper with op-eds about LGBTQ rights. Now the ACLU is involved.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board Candidate Stan Elrod died unexpectedly Tuesday night according to posts on social media.