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LSU president says staff could be moved around — not fired...

LSU interim president Tom Galligan said Wednesday that he may change up the job duties of some staff members following the coverup of sexual...

Louisianians favor more spending for early childcare and are getting more...

The majority of Louisianians support more spending for early childcare, even if it means paying more in taxes, according to the fifth of five...

LSU says new Title IX policies will soon be in place

LSU will have new civil rights and Title IX policies by July 15 that will spell out the reporting process for sexual misconduct, list...

La. residents believe police treat Black people worse, LSU survey finds

Most Louisiana residents believe police treat Black people worse and less fairly than they treat White people, and an overwhelming majority approve of the...

Biden pitches big boosts in education and health spending in budget...

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration released a key portion of its budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year Friday, calling for increasing money for...

Louisiana governor, women lawmakers want different outcomes in LSU scandal

Gov. John Bel Edwards and women in the Louisiana Legislature aren’t on the same page -- or possibly even in the same book --...

LSU students to legislature: ‘I have never felt safe on campus’

Students at LSU expressed their fear and frustration with the university to women lawmakers Thursday, saying that they didn’t feel safe on campus and...

LSU officials will not testify on sexual and domestic violence scandal...

LSU officials will not testify Thursday before a group of women lawmakers in the Louisiana Legislature about the mishandling of sexual misconduct and domestic...

A racially and culturally diverse teacher workforce benefits all of Louisiana...

“I am a teacher.” My husband, Keith, would proclaim his occupation to whomever he met. It was his badge of honor, his passion, his calling....

71 percent of Louisiana K-12 students are back in classrooms full-time

As of Tuesday, 71 percent of Louisiana’s K-12 students are attending classes face-to-face, a five percent increase since the end of the 2020 fall...

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