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Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The sun's rays do not burn until brought to a focus.
Alexander Graham Bell, scientist and inventor
As victims of a violent attack at Ohio State University were treated at hospitals Tuesday, classes resumed on a shaken campus.
Southern Poverty Law Center says that “we’re seeing something new in its intensity and ferocity.”
Cost-conscious families are forcing colleges and universities to keep a tight rein on tuition increases as competition for students remains fierce, Moody's says.
Eighth-graders showed some improvement, but fourth-grade performance was stagnant.
A student who ran over people with a car and used a knife on the campus in Columbus was reported to have spoken about a sleeper cell.
U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. has called on states to stop allowing schools to use corporal punishment to discipline students, arguing that it is a "harmful practice."
Starting in fall 2017, English-learner students will be able to request extra time or other accommodations on the college-entrance exam.