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At Success Academy, the charter school network in New York City, current and former educators say the quest for high scores drives some of them over the line.
The Kansas Supreme Court gave the state until June 30 to fix its system of financing public schools, or face a shutdown before the next school year.
The professor, who is black, was handcuffed and searched by a white male officer, which she called emblematic of officers’ mistreatment of African-Americans.
A survey of 1,500 teachers in the United States found that on average they spend just one to two hours on average over the course of an academic year.
As a way to engage a class of academically at-risk students in “Macbeth” and the essential question “Why do we trust?,” students first thought about the question as it applies to the death of Michael Brown.
Most readers support a move to harder reading passages and wordier math problems, saying it will better screen which students are ready for college.
According to this article, what was the general Brazilian attitude toward Zika during this week’s Carnival?
Researchers say people with at least a high school education and healthier lifestyles are aiding a decline in new cases, or staving off dementia longer.
We suggest over a dozen instructional strategies and useful, free websites that can help teach students about our nation’s most pressing issues and the way our democracy works, as well as encourage them to voice their opinions about the issues they care about most.
The faculty adviser to the student paper at Mount St. Mary’s was dismissed after the university president was quoted likening struggling students to bunnies who should be drowned.
The chancellor said cuts and new revenue were needed to address the $150 million deficit, or 6 percent of Berkeley’s $2.4 billion budget.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on deciding against adoption, and advocating for students in court.
The Learning Network: What Do You Think of Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ and Her Performance at the Super Bowl?
Are you a Beyoncé fan? What did you think of her performance of her new song “Formation” — with its implicit commentary on police brutality, Hurricane Katrina and black financial power — at the Super Bowl halftime show?
Imani Perry denounced her arrest, saying she was searched by a white male officer and mistreated. The police said the arrest was handled according to policy.