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The ACLU has filed suit against the Kentucky school resource officer who shackled two young students with disabilities.
Constructive feedback can make teacher observation more meaningful, insists Miriam Greenberg of Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy.
An adapted excerpt from a new book by a professor at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, which looks at new research and says that attempts to accelerate intellectual development can be harmful.
New research shakes the long-held belief that higher education clears a path to financial equality for blacks and Hispanics, and contends that the problem is deeply rooted and persistent.
Prince George’s “Camp IB” and other summer efforts prepare students for rigorous academic challenges.