More than 22,000 students have left the island since the storm. Authorities say they’ll have to make further cuts, yet some of these schools are central to their communities. (Image credit: Lauren Migaki/NPR)
A group of middle schoolers are returning to class for the first time since Hurricane Maria hit the island in September. They’re sharing a school with high schoolers, and that worries some parents. (Image credit: José Jiménez-Tirado for NPR)
The investigation is looking into claims that its admissions policies discriminate against white and Asian-American applicants by holding them to higher standards than black and Latino applicants. (Image credit: Elise Amendola/AP)
Puerto Rico’s Education Secretary, Julia Keleher, says the few schools that are open are providing basic services. But there’s still so much work to be done. (Image credit: Carlos Giusti/AP)
A small number of Puerto Rico’s schools have opened again. Two in San Juan are facing different challenges, but communities in both came together to provide a sense of normalcy for children. (Image credit: Lauren Migaki/NPR)
In the wake of a series of sexual assault allegations, college athletes, coaches and athletics administrators at NCAA member schools must now complete annual training in preventing such attacks. (Image credit: Michael Conroy/AP)
The university and city of Berkeley saw dueling demonstrations with police on hand. Coulter suggested that she might “swing by” to greet supporters. (Image credit: Ben Margot/AP)
Eric Schneiderman called the settlement “a stunning reversal by Donald Trump and a major victory for the over 6,000 victims of his fraudulent university.”
A former associate dean at the University of Virginia sued over her portrayal in a 2014 Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape at a fraternity party. The article was retracted.
The for-profit university chain has agreed to stop claiming that 90 percent of its graduates seeking employment found jobs in their field within six months of graduation. It was not able to prove it.