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A new Texas law mandates the installation of surveillance cameras in special education classrooms when requested. However, some parents and school officials have some concerns.

The department of education launches an investigation unit. Critics say the government has been slow to probe colleges accused of fraud.

Experts discuss in this video whether schools are failing to utilize technology and the arts for disadvantage students. They also suggest how best to use those tools.

Missouri Republicans propose budget cuts to punish anti-racism protests. Critics call it misguided and harmful.

An internal SAE investigation says the racist chant incident at the University of Oklahoma chapter was an uncommon occurrence. The organization is providing diversity training to its members.

School officials in Henrico County, Va., apologize to parents for showing students a racial discrimination video during Black History Month. The parents complained that it promoted white guilt.

Arts & Entertainment

On Monday, February 19th, PBS will be premiering the first-feature length on the rise, influence, and evolution of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Tell Them We Are Rising was written, directed, and produced by Stanley Nelson, the award-winning filmmaker behind Freedom Summer, Freedom Riders, and Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, which is Independent Lens’ most watched film to […]