The attorney general is hell-bent on making life hard for transgender students, but the education secretary — and the president — need not abide, writes Congresswoman Susan Davis.
The controversial education secretary faced an anxious audience earlier this month. Here's what went down.
Kids on an elementary school robotics team in Indiana faced racist insults from competitors' and their parents at a competition.
The measure, repealing a ban on so-called promotion of homosexuality, has bipartisan support.
The out New York Times columnist called out the education secretary for calling historically-black colleges and universities "pioneers when it comes to school choice."
Some of those watching the match booed Mack Beggs when he easily defeated his female opponent to win the state championship.
It's actually not even a reversal, contends the White House press secretary.