University of California President Janet Napolitano talks with NPR’s Scott Simon about her involvement in a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the DACA program.
Wayne State University in Michigan is promoting expressive words that could be used more. The school says they “are wonderful additions to anyone’s vocabulary.”
If the Federal Communications Commission chooses to repeal net neutrality regulations, it could affect access to the Internet for schools across the country. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks to Richard Culatta, CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education, about
The tax overhaul making its way though Congress includes some provisions that worry Jose Adames, president of El Centro College, a community college in Dallas. NPR’s Scott Simon asks him why.
It’s a challenge that affects education overall. (Image credit: RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty Images)
NPR’s Scott Simon talks to Washington, D.C., city council member David Grosso about his proposal to ban out-of-school suspensions in the District’s public and charter schools.
College completion rates vary widely in America. But millions drop out & the costs are staggering. How do we help more students stay the course?
New York University just opened an institute that studies the social implications of artificial intelligence. NPR’s Linda Wertheimer talks with co-founder Kate Crawford.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Grinnell College President Raynard Kington about the proposed excise tax on endowment income. The small Iowa school has a very large endowment.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Princeton history professor Martha Sandweiss about her new project drawing on archival documents to tell the story of the university’s relationship with slavery.