Education News from NY Times
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The officer had approached the student, who was leaving a library, with his gun drawn and briefly detained him after reports of an intruder.
Charter schools and teachers’ unions from New York City gathered for competing events and to press their causes in Albany.
The addition of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha to the calendar fulfills a campaign pledge from Mayor Bill de Blasio and represents the increasing influence of the city’s Muslim community.
What I bought, what I read, what I thought I’d read and what I put down and never picked back up this February.
The study found that from the time new nutritional guidelines went into effect in 2012 through last year, the percentage of students choosing fruits increased to 66 percent from 54 percent.
In this lesson students debate whether negotiations are an effective way to stop Iran from getting nuclear arms, and then write their own op-ed detailing their position.
Ebola cases have receded into the single digits in Liberia, but fear of the virus and a depressed economy have dampened a back-to-school campaign.
A group of strangers in a suburban Maryland car repair place come together to condemn a verdict against being a free-range parent.
Do you play an instrument? Draw? Take photos? Write poetry? Dance? Or do express your creativity in less traditional ways? How do you express your creativity?
Why, according to several people quoted in the article, is basketball so popular on the reservation?
Sweet Briar College, a century-old women’s liberal-arts college near Lynchburg, announced Tuesday that it will close in August.
Over half of the university’s graduate teaching and research assistants have signed forms saying they want to unionize, but the university says that treating students as employees could hurt their education.
The American first lady, Michelle Obama, will travel to Japan and Cambodia this month as part of an effort to support education for girls, the White House said Tuesday.
Some of the 16 commissioners appointed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut said that studying the December 2012 killings changed their lives.
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“A possible side effect of not getting the vaccine is cancer, and it’s far more common than any side effects of the shots.”
As Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago faces an unexpected runoff election, it is his education agenda that threatens his political future.
I’m fascinated with babies, especially mine. And I’m fascinated by how much my life had to change before I could appreciate them.