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Professor Neusner, a leading historian of Jewish rabbinical texts, published over 900 books devoted to comparative religion, history and legal theory.
It was not budget cuts or a contentious relationship with faculty that led to the resignation of Lisa S. Coico, but her use of college funds for personal matters.
A new study suggests that biases against black children, especially black boys, are creeping into classrooms filled with 4-year-olds.
The administrator, Lisa S. Coico, announced her resignation a day after The New York Times contacted officials with questions about the handling of more than $150,000 of her personal expenses.
An assistant principal has filed a complaint against the city’s Education Department saying that a local assemblyman’s involvement with a school’s enrollment was rooted in bias.
Stoic and emotional reactions at a seminar in Beijing hinted at the fallout from the widespread practice of sending young children to live away from home.
With more American students studying overseas, particularly in parts of the world with weak traffic-safety standard, parents and educators are on guard.
Like the San Francisco 49ers quarterback, football players across the country are silently taking a knee during the national anthem to protest racism.
The justices turned down a review of a California ruling that the association could restrict athletes’ compensation beyond scholarships and a few thousand dollars.
“Zero tolerance” policies in schools have resulted in the suspension of three million students each year, and are shown to have a disproportionate effect on minority students.