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What is the current status of five girls’ request to be allowed to join the Boy Scouts in Santa Rosa, Calif?
In this E.L.L. practice, students are asked to choose the correct meaning of words, identify the best headline for a New York Times article and express short- and long-term goals for themselves.
Efforts to remove Mr. Wilson’s name from a residential complex and the public policy school at Princeton University have raised difficult questions about a prominent graduate’s racist legacy.
A Washington-area report shows that teachers in the highest-paid district earn $20,000 more than those in the lowest.
He says he’s a zealous defender of taxpayer money, but some parents of special-ed students bristle at his success.
A free education at Strayer University will be offered to Fiat, Chrysler dealer staff and their families.
Jacob Marberger, whose disappearance and possible possession of a firearm prompted his college to shut down, died from a self-inflicted gunshot, the police said.
As states have rejected tests tied to the Common Core standards, no about-face has resonated more than Massachusetts’s, known as a leader of education reform.
In an effort to curb segregation, the Education Department said it would allow seven elementary schools to reserve some slots for children from low-income or non-English speaking families.
Prosecutors say the school improperly charged the Department of Health and Human Services for salary and administrative costs on hundreds of federal grants.
Police continue to search for Washington College sophomore Jacob Marberger, whose disappearance Monday shut down the school.
A new federal education law would shift fight over teacher evaluations, testing from Capitol Hill to 50 state capitals.
Student 'takeovers' over race are forcing change in some surprising ways, at Princeton, Towson and beyond
High-profile protests have raised the stakes on race issues on campus, and some college leaders are responding directly to student demands
Ms. Park’s darkly comic play relocates elements of “Macbeth” to an American high school in the Midwest during college admissions season. “Peerless” opens on Nov. 27.
Studies show the schools benefit poor, nonwhite students in cities, but in suburbs they do no better than public schools, and sometimes worse.