Education News from NY Times
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The questioned findings, published in December in Science, have shaken not only political scientists but also public trust in the way the scientific establishment vets new findings.
Should each athlete be able to determine her or his own level of risk taking, even if it means that some people may die doing incredibly risky stunts?
What will the robot that wins $2 million in prize money in this year’s Darpa competition have to do?
Below are several paragraphs from the May 22 article “The Bookstore Built by Jeff Kinney, the ‘Wimpy Kid.’ ” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
The university withdrew its recognition of Kappa Delta Rho’s chapter for three years, after members posted images of drugs, hazing and nude, unconscious women on a secret Facebook page.
Ms. Elia, a former superintendent of schools in Hillsborough County, Fla., will preside over hotly contested issues like the future of the Common Core standards in the state’s classrooms.
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The once-troubled community of Tangelo Park has become an education success story with the financial backing of a hotel executive who grew up in Manhattan.
Here are several paragraphs from the May 20 article “Minecraft Stars on YouTube Share Secrets to Their Celebrity.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
A group of fourth graders in the East Village have turned a classroom closet into an unlikely dig site, unearthing old coins, candy wrappers and other ephemera from earlier times.
The narrative of Dr. Nash’s brilliant rise, the lost years of severe mental illness, and the eventual awarding of a Nobel Prize captured the public mind.
The Rev. Charles Eatman Sr. and his wife, Lorraine, have taken in students from Mount Pleasant Christian Academy, using their ground floor as a schoolhouse.
The defections came hours after the interior minister said that a preliminary investigation conducted last week had uncovered evidence against Axact.
Heavy scrutiny has mounted over the past week for Axact, a Karachi-based software company that has made millions selling fake degrees through a sprawling empire of school websites.
Prosecutors said the men had sold a club drug known as Molly on campus for over a year before a February night when several students went to the hospital.