After Columbia University suspended two anti-Israel student groups for “threatening rhetoric and intimidation,” the two suspended groups and a coalition of 70 other student groups have issued a list of demands, including their own reinstatement and that the school cut all ties with Israel. Read more
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Transgender children in England will be able to socially transition at school, subject to conditions to be detailed in guidance issued to schools later this year. Read more
The Department of Education has opened investigations at six colleges and universities for alleged Title VI shared ancestry violations relating to antisemitism, anti-Muslim and anti-Arab discrimination since the outbreak of the war in Palestine and Israel. Read more
Gen Z would rather see movies that show two men fighting each other, rather than kissing one another, according to a new survey from the University of California Los Angeles. Read more
"I feel personal pride that no more children will be added to Omegle's body count," says the woman who successfully forced the infamous chat site to shut down. Read more
Voters approved medical cannabis in the state in 2020, but the industry still has critics. Can an education program for marijuana dispensary workers improve the industry’s credibility? Read more
Scientific writing should avoid use of terms like ‘cuckold’, says paper finding antifeminist online forums often draw on ‘reputable research’ Read more
Wales is making the latest attempt to detach school holidays from the agricultural needs and religious events that have influenced dates for 150 years, arguing it helps parents and disadvantaged children to have fixed breaks spread out more evenly through the year. Read more
Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) President Brian Mueller was fired up last week, announcing that he’s going toe-to-toe with the Department of Education. Mueller, who believes GCU has been unjustly targeted, is appealing the Department’s $37.7 million fine waging that the university engaged in false advertising. Read more
“Faithful Catholic colleges” are seeing an increase an enrollment according to a new report. Read more