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What’s the story behind this photo?
We’re introducing a new, accessible, image-driven feature for the school year. Here are several ways you can use it, with English language learners or with any students for whom Times articles can be challenging.
What do your teachers not understand about you or your fellow students that you wish they did?
When kids get into trouble at school, traditional forms of discipline often lead to more trouble. Is there a more productive way to change behavior?
The Learning Network: Article of the Day | ‘I’ve Become a Racist’: Migrant Wave Unleashes Danish Tensions Over Identity
How has the recent influx of immigrants caused political tension in Denmark? How are similar tensions playing out all over Europe right now?
The dearth of ex-military students at some colleges is shameful.
This word has appeared in one New York Times article in the past eight years.
School bus violations increased in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
How they can look beyond their fears.
ITT Educational Services, one of the largest operators of for-profit technical schools, ended operations at all of its ITT Technical Institutes.
'I want to protect my son’s childhood, and I want him to grow and learn at his own pace.'
' I love being a teacher. And my greatest joy is the tough kids. Every year, that’s usually who I get.'
A new study reveals 13 percent of students miss at least three weeks of school.
In a lawsuit against two agencies, the plaintiffs say a promise was broken when nine schools labeled “persistently failing” showed improvement but were removed from a program that offers grants.
The move by the for-profit educational company — which cited strict new federal rules — leaves thousands of students and employees with few options.
Administrators at the university, which canceled the faculty members’ health insurance over the weekend, said pre-emptive measures were necessary to prevent a possible strike.
The draft rules appear to give districts and states added flexibility in ensuring federal funds for low-income students don't replace state and local dollars.
The curriculum review group EdReports.org last week released its first round of ratings for grades 3-8 English/language arts materials—and results were mixed.
State officials insist the roster of low-performing schools is not a closure list, but an accountability measure required by law, though those reassurances may face skepticism.