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William Wordsworth’s poem “Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802″ and the article “My London, and Welcome to It” by A. A. Gill appear in this Poetry Pairing.
What trends in your community or school bother you most, whether in fashion, food, slang, music, social media or anything else? Why?
The latest experiment in prep football is taking root, and coaches and officials around the country are watching with curiosity and wariness.
What do you think: is playing fantasy sports gambling, or just engaging in “skill-based games”? Why?
In one state, the rules say you can buy and sell guns at preschools but only when kids aren't around. In another state, children must not be allowed to use water from livestock tanks for wading or swimming -- (as if any sane adult would let them).
Thousands of Seattle students started the school year Thursday after it was delayed by a weeklong teachers strike.
The New York Times Schools for Tomorrow Conference announced a new index measuring how much universities help the neediest students
'At a time when some imagine that education can take place without strong, caring teachers, it is good to remember a supremely gifted scholar who was devoted to the adventurous, empowering learning of his students.'
More than 20 students were suspended at a Virginia high school Thursday for wearing clothing emblazoned with the confederate flag, school officials said.
All 16 KIPP charter schools in the District will be closed on Sept. 23 for the second day of the Pope's visit to Washington, and other charter schools also plan to close due to expected traffic congestion.
Christie New Craig, the chairman of the Chesapeake School Board in Chesapeake, Va., posted a cartoon on Aug. 4 that some are calling Islamophobic.
Not enough people know of a critical way to manage student debt. And it’s the government’s fault, GAO says.
A new report from the GAO suggests the Education Department and its contractors are doing a poor job of making borrowers aware of repayment plans.