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Plus a list of past winners, which includes Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and former president George W. Bush.
How much thought and effort do you invest in making sure you look good, popular and happy on Facebook or Instagram?
St. Louis teachers are "at the epicenter of just about every kind of assault on public education going on these days."
Pick an athlete, a team or any other aspect of a sport, and come up with a list of original metaphors or analogies that capture the essence of what you are trying to describe. Then share your ideas with your class, or post them as a comment on this post.
Kayla-Simone McKelvey was charged by summons for creating false public alarm after posting violent threats against black staff and students on Twitter.
School officials are sending letters to parents with assurances that there is no safety hazard from the radioactive gas.
Everett Piper of Oklahoma Wesleyan University lashed out after a student at his institution said he felt victimized by a sermon on love.
The principal says that all students are safe, that the gun was confiscated and that the student was detained.
Controversy about fresco -- which depicts slaves in a tobacco field and Native Americans threatening white settlers -- emerges as schools nationwide debate racial history.
A recent graduate of Kean University is charged after allegedly making false racially charged threats
Before a campaign speech at the University of Texas at Austin, two student leaders host an excellently ridiculous interview with Martin O'Malley.
Speaking as someone who left the teaching profession, education writer Scott Sterling offers suggestions for keeping educators engaged.
A pending update of the federal education law stands to shift the bulk of school-turnaround and accountability work to state superintendents.
Millions of dollars in public and private financing were unveiled at a daylong summit in Washington on "next-generation high schools."