Education News from NY Times
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Here are several paragraphs from an April 9 article, “The Ice Cream Sandwich Comes of Age.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
A vote by the school’s board is meant to address an inquiry by the New York state attorney general’s office over finances and a decision to charge tuition.
Entertainment-focused schools are competing for a generation reared on YouTube and GoPro cameras, and racing for relevancy.
The New York Times asks high school seniors who are applying for college this year to send us application essays that have to do with money.
Graduates who accept jobs on Wall Street have the potential to do good and make money — if they use their talents to help solve social problems, instead of just transferring wealth.
Once a student at St. John’s University School of Law, David Powers failed to disclose that he had once been charged with selling drugs; after the school rescinded his acceptance, he sued.
The investigation by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of New York sends a message that nonprofit organizations can no longer assume that they will receive minimal scrutiny.
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