Teaching LGBTQ history in public schools represents something much deeper than just that—it's the affirmation of the personhood of LGBTQ students.
Trump says he might soften his immigration strategy, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake leaves dozens dead in central Italy, Tesla unveils a new "milestone" battery, and more.
In a landmark decision, the feds said graduate students who work as research and teaching assistants should be considered employees.
The model can be used in schools to teach kids more about sexual pleasure instead of simply how the genitals work.
The suit claims that Mohamed felt he had been treated unfairly as a Muslim student since arriving in Irving, Texas.
By law, you can't be discriminated against in the workplace for having HIV—but the reality is that law can be completely ineffectual.
"There was a time when the university was a place of the mind where you expected academic freedom, where if you graduated from that university you'd actually be an educated person. Those things aren't necessarily true anymore."
You can find the main character's resentment of otherness, intense fear of change, single-minded devotion to law and order, and pointless brow-beating in Donald Trump's supporters.
The Satanic Temple is working to provide an alternative to Christian after-school clubs.
It's not just students taking modafinil to help them power through their workload.
Two important decisions were handed down by the nation's highest court Thursday morning.
We follow a 14-year-old Zambian girl through a pre-wedding ritual before she's taken out of school and married off to a 48-year-old man on tonight's episode of WOMAN on VICELAND.
This makes keggers a little more depressing.
The Oregon city's school board has decided that climate change isn't a two-sided argument.
Can you have a normal life if you've got to be a role model for a bunch of brats?
Cooper Winterson work confronts how, from an early age, we make sacrifices to both be accepted and be our own person.
The host of VICELAND's show BALLS DEEP shares some of the slanguage he picked up hanging out with high school seniors in Gary, Indiana.
The teacher protests in Detroit are just the latest in a year of educational tumult across the US as money from state and federal governments dries up.
After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans's struggling public school system was dismantled and replaced mostly by charter schools—and what happened next shows the benefits and perils of other cities following suit.
No one knows much about modafinil, the study drug on the rise in universities and workplaces, but we do know it works and that it gives you a terrible headache.
You need a job to build a résumé, but you need a résumé to get a job.
Student debt is big business for the banks, and it's fucking us all over.
Markus Kressler and his partner Vincent Zimmer are the founders of Kiron—a non-governmental, nonprofit organization providing a way for refugees to integrate into society.
If you're American, your teachers probably didn't teach you proper posture or how to put a condom on in the dark.