NPR - Education Budgets Suffer After A Drop In International Student Enrollment 2018-01-15T07:40:00.000000000-05:00 After a decade of large-scale growth in overseas enrollment, the number of international students studying at U.S. colleges and universities is dropping — leading some schools to make budget cuts. UC President Janet Napolitano On DACA Lawsuit 2018-01-13T07:51:15.000000000-05:00 University of California President Janet Napolitano talks with NPR's Scott Simon about her involvement in a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the DACA program. Student Loan Defaults On The Rise, Texas Special Education, And Other Education News 2018-01-13T06:00:20.000000000-05:00 Plus, DACA students living in limbo as proposals fly in Washington and new concerns about school funding inequality. Department Of Education Finds Texas Violated Special Education Law 2018-01-11T15:10:00.000000000-05:00 Students lost out on federally guaranteed special education services in the state of Texas, the federal government finds. America's Schools Are 'Profoundly Unequal,' Says U.S. Civil Rights Commission 2018-01-11T14:30:00.000000000-05:00 More than 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, the fight for equity in America's schools rages on. Subsidized Housing May Help School Districts Retain Teachers 2018-01-11T05:01:00.000000000-05:00 Indianapolis Public Schools lose about 400 teachers each year. In an attempt to stem that, a new housing project in the city is targeting teachers. Outcry After Louisiana Teacher Arrested During School Board Meeting 2018-01-10T12:40:00.000000000-05:00 A Louisiana teacher questioned whether the school's superintendent should receive a raise. Then she was handcuffed. The city's attorney says the teacher will not face charges. 4 Ex-Fraternity Members Sentenced In Pledge's Hazing Death 2018-01-09T06:47:00.000000000-05:00 Four men from New York City were sentenced to jail time Monday in the 2013 hazing death of a Baruch College freshman during a fraternity trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Congress Changed 529 College Savings Plans, And Now States Are Nervous 2018-01-08T06:01:00.000000000-05:00 Why the dramatically new vision for the popular college savings plan could cost some states dearly. Student Suicide Investigation; DeVos Proposes New Student Loan Rules 2018-01-06T06:00:15.000000000-05:00 Empty classrooms in Puerto Rico, and more in our weekly education news roundup.