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Eighth-graders at an Indiana school are raising awareness and funds for Water for South Sudan, the organization founded by Sa -More-
Lawmakers in the US House have approved legislation that would make it easier for the new Congress and administration to dism -More-
Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maryland top Education Week's annual Quality Counts report. -More-
Eligible students in New York state would receive free tuition if accepted to a state college or university under a proposal -More-
Needs-based education will gain traction in 2017, says Kim Loomis, innovative projects coordinator for the Clark County Schoo -More-
About 600 New York City students participate in a four-year agricultural program offered at John Bowne High School. -More-
Researchers at the University of Chicago Crime Lab are studying the effects of an in-school meditation program on youth viole -More-
The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele
Live up to the best that is in you: Live noble lives, as you all may, in whatever condition you may find yourselves.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, poet and educator
Many teachers are afraid to address politically charged topics; high school debate teams shouldn't be, writes Stefan Bauschard.
The city plans to open a middle school to feed into Takoma’s Coolidge High School.
Now what? Trump ally is refusing to resign from school board after making vile remarks about Obamas.
Now that Carl Paladino is refusing the Buffalo school board's demand that he resigns, the panel is moving to ask New York's state education commissioner to remove him.
Talladega College had faced criticism for taking part after a campaign seen by many as racially divisive.