(RNS) — The government's claim stemmed from a performace by a Palestinian hip-hop artist on campus earlier this year.
(RNS) — Catholic University of America faculty have unofficially voted to declare "no confidence" in the school's president and provost, bringing to a head long simmering disputes between educators and administrators.
(RNS) — President Jerry Falwell boosted enrollments by courting online students. But other religious schools are also embracing the practice.
(RNS) — 'Our scripture says we’re all created in the image of God and are, therefore, of equal and immeasurable worth in the eyes of our Creator,' reads an open letter to the education secretary from the founder of The Expectations Project.
(AP) — The 'I stand with Planned Parenthood' sticker was one of several on Sacred Heart Greenwich sophomore Kate Murray’s laptop.
(RNS) — 'Human sexuality is not,' writes Barbara G. Wheeler, 'the decisive issue that determines whether a church body is acceptable or not.' (COMMENTARY)
Pious frauds and politics.
"if you don't care what anyone else thinks about you, you can easily find yourself locked in an echo-chamber," Jacobs says.
(RNS) Who was Blaine and would he have wanted to prevent a Midwestern day care center from padding the ground below its swingset and slide? Let us ’Splain . . . .
(RNS) The Liberty University president said he will be one of 15 college presidents to participate in the White House project.
New Yorkers wear mirrored boxes on their heads in his impressive video short from Tribeca Film Festival.
(RNS) Around the world, religion and education are highly correlated.
(RNS) Could Trump's Christian Cabinet picks have a chilling effect on the teaching of science in public schools?
(RNS) A self-described private person, Sally Priesand didn't want to be a pioneer. She just wanted to be a rabbi.
(RNS) The largest Jewish college organization in the world gets a cash infusion from the philanthropist who founded Home Depot.
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