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The Learning Network: Student Question | Do You Wish Your Conversations Were Less Small Talk and More ‘Big Talk’?
Do you wish there was less small talk in the world and more “big talk” about meaningful things? Would you be willing to jump right in and answer a profound question posed by a stranger?
Auburn is one of 17 universities in the South that a civil rights group says include broad questions about contact with the legal system on admissions forms.
Why is finding the right voice for a character increasingly “crucial to the narrative” for video games?
The English and math exams given to third- through eighth- grade students will no longer be timed, the State Education Department said, ending the call of “pencils down.”
Wee Wee, a piglet a family rescued from the weekend's blizzard, arrived home at Poplar Springs Animal Sanctuary on Wednesday.
After a new member is hospitalized for alcohol-related problems, Duke University suspends all sorority activities.
Anne Arundel schools spokesman created a robocall that puts his school closing news to Adele song “Hello.”
In this lesson, we provide a primer on the presidential nomination process using resources from The New York Times and around the Web, so students won’t just understand how candidates get nominated, but they will be challenged to think deeply about how the system works.
Law schools are in trouble, the strongest universities must have diversified revenue, and most public colleges won't be able to survive without strong state funding.
In northern England, it turns out a good number of parents liked to drop off and pick up their kids in pajamas.