Coker, 46, apologized to the School Board for being at work on Halloween in a controversial costume, the Sun Sentinel reported.
The policy is a departure from the Obama administration.
During the party, “Coker inappropriately ‘flashed' children, staff and colleagues," according to the complaint.
“Some of the more tuition-dependent and middling-reputation institutions are starting to go out of business, and we will see more of that," University of Notre Dame vice president and CIO Scott Malpass said.
The decision allows the group to “forever maintain possession of the monument," news outlets reported.
Under Buttigieg's $500 billion college affordability plan, public college would be tuition-free for households earning under $100,000.
Trustees of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History are meeting Friday, and the proposal is on the agenda.
Betsy DeVos says Congress should consider splitting her department’s financial aid operation into a separate federal agency with the flexibility to operate like a private bank.
Students from China and Singapore scored "significantly higher" on PISA assessment than students from the rest of the world.
The Kentucky Republican is introducing federal legislation to allow individuals to take up to $5,250 — tax and penalty free — from their 401(k) or IRA each year to help pay for college or pay down student loan debt.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for president last month.
Under the agreement, university officials also will create a $2.5 million private fund that can be used for expenses related to preserving the monument.
The actress and her fashion designer husband are both charged in the "varsity blues" case.
The settlement was announced Wednesday and closes a suit brought in 2015 by the National Association of the Deaf.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will expand its anti-bias training.
The campus is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The data shows that most universities are working to scale up their services, but many are far outpaced by demand.
Hate crimes or bias incidents have been reported at Syracuse University, University at Albany and Auburn University.
U.S. student debt officially hit more than $1 trillion and the Education Department wants help you tame the money monstrosity.
MIT's Saudi Arabia ties seem especially concerning to the feds.