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The National Cryptologic School, where National Security Agency employees further their educations, celebrates its 50th anniversary.
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What do protesters at the University of Missouri want to see happen on their campus regarding the racial tensions there?
This E.L.L. practice asks students to use signal words to put paragraphs from a New York Times article in the correct order.
Dozens of players have joined demonstrations over the university’s handling of racial tensions on campus, vowing to skip team activities until the president resigns or is removed.
An officer’s violent treatment of a student in South Carolina has drawn attention to the role of school police.
Racial tension escalated over whether the administration was sensitive enough to concerns about Halloween costumes that could be seen as culturally offensive.
Mr. Duncan, who will step down from the cabinet in December, says big changes are needed to improve the state of America’s educational system.
Teachers, students and parents forge a new path for J.E.B. Stuart High, which has seen transformative gains.
Hillary Clinton: Most charter schools 'don't take the hardest-to-teach kids, or, if they do, they don't keep them'
Clinton's comments are likely to irritate her supporters within the Democratic Party who are avid backers of charter schools.
After a sexting ring was discovered at a high school in Cañon City, Colo., some residents responded by taking the glut of attention in stride as news media coverage continues in the town.
A memorandum from the Vermont State Board of Education says: "These tests are based on a narrow definition of 'college and career ready.'"
The historically black university may put its airwaves up for sale, putting the future of its TV station in jeopardy.
It used to be about getting computers for every child in school. Now it's about MOOCs and getting every kid to learn how to code.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine is giving back $1 million that was used to establish an advocacy group that played down the link between soft drinks and weight.