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The system’s leaders said their central goal was to teach Kaiser’s model of integrated care to a new generation of doctors.
The Learning Network: Growing Up in a Time of Fear: Confronting Stereotypes About Muslims and Countering Xenophobia
In this lesson, students read about what it’s like to be a Muslim teenager growing up in America at this moment, then consider ideas for countering stereotypes and Islamophobia.
How do you behave when you travel? Do you go a little wilder than at home? Do you take risks to get the perfect photo for social media?
A state judge approved a settlement on Wednesday that lets Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art charge students now while pursuing a potential return to its tuition-free tradition.
Eva S. Moskowitz, the head of the charter network, said the move to reduce class time was made because improved teaching and training had enabled students to achieve mastery faster.
Professor Snider was a scholar, rhetorician and evangelist who sought to heal the world through debate and in the process turned Vermont into the argumentative center of the world.
Mr. Leonard was the architect of an influential affirmative-action formula at Harvard that was emulated across the country and also served as president of Fisk University.
Even though the threat from the previous day had been deemed a hoax, many parents were wary of sending their children back to class.
Dr. Larycia Hawkins, an associate professor at the Christian college who also donned a headscarf, wrote on social media that “Christians and Muslims worship the same God.”
What would be on your Top 10 list of the best things you ate in 2015? Choose one and attempt to describe it in a sentence or two, the way Pete Wells does here.
The high-achieving charter school network is altering a feature that has distinguished it from New York City’s regular public schools but has also made it hard to retain teachers.
After shutting down the nation’s second-largest school system, officials determined that emailed threats of an attack were probably a hoax. New York City officials dismissed a similar threat as such.
The graduation rate for American public school students is at its highest ever, according to data released by the United States Department of Education.
A study finds that middle-class families are willing to live in areas where their neighbors are less well-off but they are less willing to send their children to schools where classmates are likely to be poor and either black or Hispanic.