How scientists' bid to locate a telescope on the dormant Mauna Kea volcano has divided the big island of Hawaiʻi.
Lawsuit Targets Exemptions for Religious Schools
An Oregon lawsuit argues that Title IX’s religious exemption should be dropped because certain institutions historically discriminate against LGBTQ students and applicants.
Striving for Excellence
For already stressed families, the pandemic intensifies a need to address educational inequities and help Syracuse’s youth succeed in school.
Syracuse schools reintroduce athletics with priorities of safety, mental health
The district has made a reopening plan for sports that puts emphasis on following the CDC and the Department of Health recommendations.
Graduation rate of ENL students in Syracuse City School District increases by 20%
NY state education data revealed graduation rates are at an all-time high of 70.7% with English language learners seeing the most dramatic improvement.
Biden seeks to unify country in first speech as President-elect
After a week of prolonged ballot counting in swing states, Joe Biden secures the electoral votes he needs to win the White House.
Despite law changes, immigrants still face discrimination, deportation
Legalization in New York may be on the horizon. But for immigrants who use marijuana, it may not be enough.
“River Rats” daring runs helped keep Americans buzzed
Prohibition ended in 1933, but it still shapes the region along the Saint Lawrence River, which is dotted with distilleries, museums and other nods to its past.