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Here are several paragraphs from a Feb. 23 article, “Please Stop Making That Noise.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
A debate that has roiled Colorado’s growing yoga world pits studio owners against a state agency that says programs to train yoga teachers must be certified.
On Monday, many public school students in New Jersey will begin to take standardized tests that are opposed by an unusually diverse coalition of enemies.
Low student tests scores are forcing the United Federation of Teachers to shut down the kindergarten-to-eighth-grade portion of a charter school it started in 2005.
Student debtors should turn the vast sums they owe into leverage to demand a better system.
Some 135 campuses across the country have founded Collegiate Recovery community support groups in an effort to keep students sober.
The closing of the centers, including one run by an outspoken critic of the state’s Republican leadership, set off allegations of partisanship and academic censorship.
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My college freshman’s summer plans are keeping her up nights. If she fails to earn a spot supplying free labor, she might have to resort to a paid job.
Welcome to Motherlode’s weekly open thread. Do you have thoughts about the news this week, and how it affects families? A question to ask? A rant to share? This is your place. Go.
Readers road-test Christine Carter’s simple strategies for settling into a happy and functional routine, both at home and work.
We pair 10 photos from The Times that we’ve used in our weekly “What’s Going On in This Picture?” with ideas from students and teachers for how you can use them, or images like them, to teach close reading and visual thinking skills.
A complex story about power and sex showed the difficulty that universities face in examining rape charges.
Should jails and prisons punish people? Should they serve as a deterrent to crime? Or should they try to rehabilitate people — and help them get back on their feet?
What is your reaction to this article? Are you surprised that the families decided to keep the children they had raised, rather than take custody of their biological child? Why?