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The transition to college can be rocky. New York Times readers submitted advice on how to adjust and get the most out of the experience.
The Learning Network: Summer Reading Contest, Week 10 | What Interested You Most in The Times This Week?
Our Summer Reading Contest is in its final week, and we’re sad to see it go. It’s been wonderful reading your posts this summer, and we hope you’ve got one more extra-thoughtful comment in you to post before 7 a.m. Eastern on Aug. 21 when the contest officially ends.
What does anthropomorphism mean, and what do you think it has to do with the popularity of cats on the Internet?
Newspapers hold great promise as instructional tools for enriching English/language arts instruction, writes Joanne Yatvin.
It’s no secret that most professional development for teachers is awful. Less well known is that some of it is great.
'It’s time we drastically alter course and deploy professional development funding more intelligently.' -- Howard Gardner and two co-authors
The two men, one Canadian and one Indonesian, were convicted in April of sexually assaulting kindergartners, charges their school said had been fabricated.
Mora made what U.C.L.A. called “a major personal financial commitment” to the university’s new football training complex.
The state and federal education departments had warned that districts with high refusal rates risked losing funds. But it is far from certain such action will be taken.
The state’s highest court “encouraged” Gov. Jay Inslee to call the Legislature into a special session to find a way to close the gap in spending between rich and poor schools.
Mrs. Clinton’s ambitious plan to reduce debt in higher education has put pressure on her campaign opponents to propose their own solutions to an intractable problem.