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  • Jameis Winston's attorney reportedly informs FSU rape accuser sought money to stay silent

    Jameis Winston's attorney reportedly informs FSU rape accuser sought money to stay silent
    Jameis Winston’s attorney is accusing a former FSU student’s lawyer of demanding money to stay silent about a rape allegation against the Heisman Trophy winner, according to a letter obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.  An attorney...
  • Jameis Winston will cooperate with FSU's Title IX investigation, attorney says

    Jameis Winston will cooperate with FSU's Title IX investigation, attorney says
    TALLAHASSEE -- Jameis Winston will cooperate with FSU in the school’s Title IX investigation, according to his attorney. David Cornwell, a lawyer advising the Winston family, posted the following update on his personal Twitter account Tuesday...
  • Attorneys for Jameis Winston, accuser allege each side tried to buy silence

    Attorneys for Jameis Winston, accuser allege each side tried to buy silence
    TALLAHASSEE — Jameis Winston and a former Florida State student who accused him of rape are the subject of a protracted investigations that took another sharp turn Wednesday. Attorneys representing Winston and the woman traded barbs, accusing each...
  • Financing a grad school education

    Financing a grad school education
    Americans with advanced degrees are more likely to be higher earners than those with bachelor's degrees or less education, and less likely to be jobless, according to representatives from student loan giant Sallie Mae. In December, the unemployment...
  • Real education reform isn't about tests

    I agree that the Obama administration hasn't done a particularly good job of setting education policy, but please don't blame lawmakers for leaving No Child Left Behind on the books. With no valid education policy coming from the White House, where...
  • L.A. Unified suspension rates fall but some question figures' accuracy

    L.A. Unified suspension rates fall but some question figures' accuracy
    In the heart of Watts, where violence in nearby housing projects can spill over onto campuses, two of the city's toughest middle schools have long dealt with fights, drugs and even weapons. Administrators typically have handled these problems by...
  • Regulating sex on campus

    The Times is right to question legislative attempts to micromanage sex on campus, like California's SB 967, which would "tell young people what steps they must take in the privacy of their own dorm rooms" by requiring "affirmative consent." ("Sex and...
  • Federal bills would crack down on college sexual assault

    Federal bills would crack down on college sexual assault
    Congressional legislators in California and several other states took aim at campus sexual assault Wednesday, introducing two bills that would require universities and colleges to provide more support and training to combat the problem. Campuses that...
  • Cellmate: Ex-prison doc talked about shooting judge

    PHILADELPHIA — The long, strange story of Dr. Erik von Kiel took a sinister turn Tuesday as his cellmate testified about the former Lehigh County Jail doctor's jailhouse talk of intimidating witnesses and assassinating a federal judge. Von Kiel,...
  • Arne Duncan flubbed on Common Core, and then he made it worse

    Arne Duncan flubbed on Common Core, and then he made it worse
    The scaffolding of support for the Common Core curriculum standards continues, right and left, to lose a beam here, a platform there. After adopting the standards, with vocal support from the governor, both the Oklahoma Legislature and Gov. Mary Fallin...
  • Corinthian boosted figures to obtain federal funds

    Corinthian boosted figures to obtain federal funds
    After wrapping up a nine-month electrician training program at Everest College-San Bernardino in 2011, Kenneth Dewar hoped to get the career placement assistance he had been promised. Then he spotted his own photo on a campus wall featuring...