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We are asking teenagers to make an illustration providing commentary or criticism on an issue or event. Post yours here by Oct. 18.
Are you more likely to buy products or support brands that are promoted by your favorite celebrities and social media stars?
School life can be hell for teenagers who don’t identify as straight. One refuge? The internet.
Meet some of the other school figures who help students find their way.
The Learning Network: Article of the Day | ‘Flooding of Coast, Caused by Global Warming, Has Already Begun’
What is “sunny-day flooding,” and how does it affect people and communities?
Why are immigrants in the news today? What comparisons to immigration in the past and today do you think this writer might be making?
This word has appeared in two New York Times articles in the past two years.
A lawsuit alleges that D.C. is unlawfully subjecting some preschool teachers to random drug tests.
A proposed rule would bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
In most sectors of the economy, when demand drops for a product consolidation usually follows — businesses either close or merge with competitors. But higher education seems immune to such economic pressures, mostly because it’s heavily regulated and subsidized.
Watch the performance. It's funny.
The Democratic presidential nominee reaffirmed her commitment to invest in child-care programs on college campuses, spotlighting the need for a service that has been disappearing at many schools just as the number of student parents grows.
There are a few things the Department of Education and consumer advocates say ITT Tech students should consider before deciding what to do next.
'The tendency to underestimate kids -- to overlook their often remarkable observations and solutions -- is a common complaint of progressive educators and those who support a more child-centered approach to schooling. We don't give kids their due! But the tendency to overestimate them ... is also worth our attention.'
District-run academic programs appear to help stave off “summer slide” — as long as kids show up.