Education News from NY Times
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“Do you want to put on your shoes now?” “Should we have macaroni and cheese for dinner?” “How about you go brush your teeth?” These are not really questions.
A Texas House panel on Monday censured a University of Texas System regent for misconduct and incompetency, but it decided not to push for his removal.
An ambitious United States government project to strengthen medical education in sub-Saharan Africa is reporting broad progress.
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Instead of being overrun with partying youngsters, Kingsborough Community College’s beach is visited most often by older adults, who take summer classes at reduced rates.
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Who are the Yazidis, why have they been forced to leave their homes and what hardships have they encountered en route to refugee camps?
The planned Yenching Academy at Peking University, which is aimed at producing “future leaders,” has stirred resistance from many students and professors.
Twelve former public school employees are accused of conspiring to alter and boost students’ standardized test scores.
Prep schools offering private or semiprivate instruction are a growing alternative to the usual large-group experience.
Cornell Tech, a campus being built by Cornell University and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, is preparing for a future it can't yet imagine.
My husband and I consider our family progressive. We’re all for boys in pink playing with dolls. But progressive really means letting your children choose what to love, and my son loves football.
Judge Claudia Wilken gave N.C.A.A. officials hope that any required changes might not be the death knell that seemed imminent.
With its academics and its finances under fire, the Texas sports academy created by Deion Sanders, the Hall of Fame cornerback and N.F.L. commentator, is facing the loss of its state charter.
Maybe parents who send their children to college will live longer, but a recent study did not prove it.
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