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Educators and immigration activists are weighing in on a case at the U.S. Supreme Court April 18 with broad implications for millions of undocumented immigrant parents, their children, and schools.
On Mondays, we publish a Times photo without a caption, headline or other information about its origins. Join the conversation by commenting on what you see and why. A live discussion is offered that day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern.
In this short documentary, three American siblings move with their parents to Moscow. How will these children handle the challenges of attending a new school in a foreign country where they don’t speak the language?
Perceived by conservatives as too progressive, Advanced Placement in United States history took a right turn and ended up in the middle.
We invite you to join us on April 14 when we will conduct a live “What’s Going On in This Poem?” discussion using the same three questions we use for images in our popular Monday feature.
The officer was put on leave after a cellphone video showed him throwing the girl face first to the sidewalk to intervene in a confrontation at a San Antonio middle school.
The death of Haruka Weiser, a Portland, Ore., native, is the first homicide on the Austin campus in this century.
Most college students thought their freedom of speech was secure, a survey found. But there was a divide along racial lines.
To make sure families are armed with all of the information they need during this time, we've compiled articles that cover everything from financial aid letters to tuition insurance policies.