Azusa Pacific University Says They Never Intended to Repeatedly Lift Ban on Same-Sex Relationships

Last fall, Azusa Pacific University (APU), an accredited Christian college in California, made headlines for “lifting their LGBTQ ban.” The supposed shift in direction...

James K. Dew Jr. Nominated to Lead New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

James K. "Jamie" Dew Jr., vice president for undergraduate studies and distance learning at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, has been nominated as the next...

Jeff Iorg Notes Social Media Fundraising Effort and Online Master’s Degrees at Gateway Seminary

About 130 alumni and friends of Gateway Seminary gathered for their annual luncheon at the Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Ala., June 12. Attendees...

David Rathel Appointed as Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Gateway Seminary

David Rathel has been appointed associate professor of Christian theology at Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention. Rathel earned a Ph.D. in divinity from...

Mark Dever Appointed as Duke K. McCall Professor of Pastoral Leadership at Southern Baptist...

"Decades ago, Mark Dever and I were fellow students at Southern Seminary," R. Albert Mohler Jr. noted in a news release Sept. 6 about...

Sobering Analysis: Black Students Lagging Far Behind

A sweeping portrait of the performance of African-American students in U.S. schools today shows while strides have been made over the past 25 years,...

Diddy Opens New Charter School In Harlem

UPDATE 8/31/16: On Monday, Combs was in attendance to celebrate the opening of Capital Preparatory Harlem. “Great schools and great education make a big difference,” he...

Chicago Public School Students Write Open Letter Thanking Chance the Rapper for $1 Million...

Grammy-winning artist Chance the Rapper donated a million dollars to Chicago Public Schools on March 6, following major funding and budget cuts for public schools...

Two Black Massachusetts Charter Students Are Facing Detention and Suspension for Hair Braids; White...

Black students at a Malden charter school who wear their hair in braids are facing detention and suspension by administrators who say the hairstyles...

Baylor President Linda Livingstone Helps School Navigate One of the Largest Scandals in U.S....

Baylor University president Linda Livingstone helps the school navigate one of the largest scandals in US collegiate athletics. INTERVIEW BY TODD C. REAM As new jobs...

The University of Baltimore Is Recruiting Top Talent from HBCUs to Study Law

La’Tika Howard decided at age 6 — shortly after her father was murdered — that she would grow up to become a lawyer. But...

5 Reasons to Choose a Christian College

Choosing a college can be a daunting experience for many high school students. Between college fairs, counselors, teachers, and scholarships, the onslaught of information...

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Cuts Down on Obama-Era Civil-Rights Investigations in Schools

The U.S. Department of Education under Secretary Betsy DeVos has rolled back on civil-rights investigations in schools, giving districts room to discriminate in their...

Smith College Employee who Called Police on a Black Student Eating Lunch Because She...

The employee who called police on a black girl eating lunch in a common room on campus during summer break has been placed on...
In this Aug. 27, 2018, photo, Rahima Akter walks through Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh. Rahima is a 19-year-old refugee who dreams of becoming the most educated Rohingya woman in the world. She recently finished high school and hopes to study human rights in college. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

WATCH: Rohingya Teenager Dreams of Higher Education from Squalid Refugee Camp

KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh (AP) — At an age when many young Rohingya women have children, Rahima Akter has other plans. From the refugee camp in southern...

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Opens Spring Semester With Convocation Message by President Jason Allen

On a wintery day in Kansas City, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary opened its spring semester with President Jason Allen's academic convocation message Jan. 22...

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to Launch Reformatted Master of Arts in Ministry to Women

A master of arts in ministry to women will be launched in the fall, in a newly accessible format at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The...

Here We Go: The Devil is a Lie! All-Male Historically Black Morehouse College to...

The country’s only all-male historically black college will begin admitting transgender men next year, marking a major shift for the school at a time...
FILE - In this April 11, 2018, file photo, a high school student uses a vaping device near a school campus in Cambridge, Mass. Schools have been wrestling with how to balance discipline with treatment in their response to the soaring numbers of vaping students. Using e-cigarettes, often called vaping, has now overtaken smoking traditional cigarettes in popularity among students, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Last year, one in five U.S. high school students reported vaping the previous month, according to a CDC survey. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Discipline or Treatment? Schools Rethinking Response to Students Caught Vaping

A glimpse of student athletes in peak physical condition vaping just moments after competing in a football game led Stamford High School Principal Raymond...