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What new executive actions intended to reduce the number of mass shootings, suicides and killings, did President Obama announce?
In this lesson, we ask students to study the 14th Amendment to discern what it means and how it has been interpreted. Then, we suggest Times articles that examine how our criminal justice system treats black people in comparison to white people.
The ethicist on a fair share of local engagement, extravagant parents and guilt over a friend’s theft.
Is the term “cuffing season” — the increased desire to have a significant other during the cold-weather months — familiar to you? If so, do you notice it in your friends? Yourself?
The Department of Education proposed the rezoning to alleviate crowding at a mostly white school, Public School 8. But the debate over the move has raised thorny issues of race and class.
The scope of the scandal at St. George’s School in Rhode Island expands with reports covering three decades.
Do the sounds you hear provide you with comfort? Do they feel familiar? Or, do you find them by and large annoying or unpleasant?
The principal at a Brooklyn Success Academy charter school who created a “Got to Go” list of difficult students was sued by four parents last month.
With the Supreme Court considering a challenge to the affirmative action policy of the University of Texas, campuses like Michigan are finding new ways to attract minorities.
In this post, English Language Learners learn about New Year’s resolutions, use context clues to learn the meaning of new words and compose then explain their own one-word mission statements.
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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive action will affect about 28,000 workers who are employed by the state’s university system.
A music professor has sought to address a history of segregation in shape-note singing, as social justice protests have roiled universities.
With the craft beer industry growing rapidly over the last decade, more universities are offering online programs about the business side of craft beer.