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Students sue Yale to open fraternities to women

Three Yale University students sued the school and nine all-male fraternities Tuesday, seeking to force the social organizations to admit women.

This Louisiana school marketed itself with Cinderella stories. The truth was more wicked

The school’s mostly black, working-class students escaped the rural South for elite colleges. But school leaders falsified their transcripts while physically and emotionally abusing students.

Substitute teacher taped 2nd-grader to chair, Md. principal says

A substitute teacher has been suspended after her principal said she taped a second-grader to her chair.

Boston now has a licensed superintendent

Laura Perille’s provisional superintendent/assistant superintendent license became valid Saturday.

Problems persist with missing, delayed Boston school buses

As the Boston school bus drivers contract was set to expire Friday, problems with school buses stretched into a fourth day.

School bus delays continued Wednesday in Boston, and parents are fuming

Families had to hastily rearrange schedules to drive their children to or from school after some school bus routes were running as much as two hours late in Boston.