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The Learning Network Blog: 6 Q’s About the News | Reconsidering Life Sentences for Juvenile Offenders
How have state justice systems responded to two recent Supreme Court rulings about the use of mandatory life sentences for juveniles convicted of crimes like murder?
On campuses filled with foreign-born students, Janet Napolitano, who was named president of the University of California last summer, faces anger over her role in the Obama administration’s deportation of 1.9 million unauthorized immigrants.
We’re off for to celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But please visit our collection of Dr. King resources that was updated after last August’s 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
The position of adjunct faculty member, though increasingly common, offers no job security, no health benefits and no assured pathway to full-time university employment.
University College, Oxford, has apologized after an official mistakenly sent out a mass email naming poorly performing students.
The politicization of education is particularly evident in East Jerusalem, a predominantly Arab neighborhood.
The Modern Language Association took a step toward approving a resolution to oppose what it called Israel’s discriminatory “denials of entry” to scholars trying to visit the West Bank.
ITT Educational Services, which operates for-profit technical schools, has drawn the attention of regulators over a private lending trust.
In this edition of Skills Practice, students explore how writers use the rhetorical devices logos, pathos and ethos to appeal to an audience. They then try out their own use of rhetoric to make a persuasive argument.
Mayor de Blasio is looking for classroom space and qualified teachers to accommodate 50,000 prekindergartners. Charter schools are willing, but not allowed to provide prekindergarten.
At the whiff of a threat, a generation growing up in the shadow of Columbine and Sandy Hook is trained to snap off the lights, lock the doors and take refuge in corners and closets.