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Angered by teacher sickouts that have closed many Detroit schools, majority Republicans in Michigan’s Legislature proposed legislation to make it easier to deem such work stoppages illegal strikes.
Critics say the waivers sought by religiously affiliated institutions enable them to discriminate against gay and transgender students.
In an age of increased academic testing and fast-paced curricula, educators urge students to keep learning when classes are canceled.
Students are often asked to answer personal, non-academic questions so that the College Board and the ACT can collect data.
Flint doctor is leading urgent effort to minimize the devastating effects of lead exposure for children.
In this Text to Text, we focus on pairing Sophocles’ work — called “the most powerful political play ever written” — with the work of a contemporary Spanish flamenco dance company.
The College Board says students affected by closure of test centers Saturday can take the exam on a makeup day.
Senate Democrats are seizing the opportunity to promote a legislative package designed to address affordability.
The F.B.I. is investigating Julio Pino, an educator in the history department known for incendiary remarks like “death to Israel.”