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The former chief executive of Chicago Public Schools apologized Tuesday, saying students, parents and employees deserved “much more than I gave to them.”
Astronomy faculty at the University of California, Berkeley, called on the administration to reconsider its approach to Dr. Marcy, who was found in a university investigation to have sexually harassed students.
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The president argued that the government’s aim was partly to prevent the country from ever again being dominated by a foreign power.
The industry has been excoriated for preying on the poor, veterans and minorities, charging exorbitant fees for degrees that mostly don’t deliver promised jobs and skills.
The move, a response to what conservatives consider left-leaning bias, has been criticized as an echo of the authoritarian past.
Students, parents and even teachers are protesting against a plan to create, for the first time in the country, grades 11 and 12.
As Asian-American fraternities have spread in recent decades, some have replicated not only the camaraderie of other Greek organizations, but also their excesses.
How does your school handle the topic of Columbus? What do you think of the argument for changing the name and focus of the holiday?
Dr. Geoffrey Marcy has been found guilty of violating the sexual harassment policies of the University of California, Berkeley.
Unlike other mass shootings on schools in recent years, the two on Friday were not so-called active-shooter episodes, but instead appeared to stem from ordinary disputes that quickly turned violent.
The Consumer Financial Protection Board is turning its attention to student loans; one problem is that borrowers are not advised of all their options.
Which artists — whether musicians, actors, writers, dancers, visual artists or some combination thereof — would you like to see collaborate on a piece? Why? What do you imagine would result?
The superintendent, Dr. Joel Klein, is retiring from a district whose school board has been accused of diverting resources to private yeshivas.