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We’re curious: How will you be teaching about the candidates, issues and controversies in a contest that has been anything but business as usual? We hope to post a collection of teacher ideas in September.
The Learning Network: Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 7 | On ‘In Hillary Clinton’s Nomination, Women See a Collective Step Up’
The work of our winner, bengal11emily122899, and a list of the 16 runners-up and 14 honorable mentions who also impressed our judges this week.
High-achieving students are enrolling to turbocharge grade-point averages or load up on advanced courses, but critics say the practice only adds to the inequities of the college admissions process.
University in Tennessee will pay United Daughters of the Confederacy $1.2 million for the right to strike the word from a campus building.
What happened to a "highly qualified" teacher in every classroom?
The Bainum Family Foundation’s plan would bring produce to families and early childhood centers in Wards 7 and 8.
Jeremy Shuler is about to study engineering at Cornell as one of the Ivy League school's youngest students ever. Oh, and he took a year off of school when he was 8 to travel around Europe.
'Low-income students don't experience college the same way as their affluent peers.'