As many as 95 percent of schools are out of reach for low-income students.
President Trump’s budget would eliminate the Legal Services Corporation, which helps low-income individuals obtain representation in civil proceedings.
The administration has launched a multiyear racial and socioeconomic diversity plan, but a lot of students aren’t pleased.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the ousted top federal prosecutor for Chicago offered two different visions this week.
In a class-action lawsuit filed Thursday, a group of defendants argued the state’s public-defender system is too underfunded and overworked to meet the Sixth Amendment’s standards.
The move revives questions about the independence of federal prosecutors from political interference.
Schools near Detroit have reworked curriculum to include both technical and soft skills.
The athletic programs at highly selective institutions are out of sync with the schools' missions.
The generous Grand Rapids resident and the tone-deaf Trump official
Why the immigration authorities ID search of a domestic flight at JFK is on weak legal ground.
What happened at Middlebury last week marks a shift in campus activism.
For decades, the United States has welcomed and benefitted from international scholars—but President Trump's travel ban puts that legacy at risk.
At Central Michigan University, a group of college students from across the political spectrum meets every week to talk through their differences.
A new book challenges the popular understanding of how the U.S. prison population skyrocketed.
Calvin College is no fundamentalist Christian school.
Republican lawmakers in more than a dozen states are mulling bills that target recent protesting tactics.
The U.S. Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice John Roberts, overturns a death-penalty sentence after an expert witness testified the defendant was more likely to commit future crimes because he is black.
The Supreme Court considers a case involving a youth on the Mexican side of the border killed by an American border patrol agent on the U.S. side.
Washington, D.C., added pathways coordinators to its high schools to try to help kids who are behind on credits catch up.
Those who move to the United States tend to have higher socioeconomic standing in their native countries than what they settle for when they arrive.