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Education News from NY Times
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Now that he has been returned to the South, the student, Joo Won-moon, will most likely face an interrogation on criminal charges of violating the law.
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This post for English Language Learners focuses on the topic of El Chapo, and offers an interactive quiz and a writing prompt.
Many colleges are figuring out how to field increasing requests from students with psychiatric diagnoses for so-called emotional support animals.
The first daughter is in the middle of the pressure-filled process of writing personal essays, asking for teacher recommendations and narrowing her choices.
The students, who were attending a band competition in the town of Olin, were injured after a concrete canopy hit by a truck collapsed, emergency medical workers said.
National Briefing | Midwest: Michigan: Steps Taken to Test for Lead in Flint’s Water After Change in Source
Facing mounting concerns about lead exposure, state and local authorities on Friday announced a plan to test all drinking water in Flint’s public school system, provide free water filters to residents and expand examinations of the water supply to homes.
A White House official said Mr. Duncan, a member of President Obama’s original cabinet, would be replaced by John B. King Jr., a former commissioner of education in New York State.
The 1990s sitcom is suddenly popular with high school students, drawn by the stress-free life it depicts.
The Learning Network: Skills and Strategies | Fake News vs. Real News: Determining the Reliability of Sources
How do you know if something you read is true? Why should you care? This roundup of tools, questions, activities and case studies can help reduce “digital naïveté.”
Gov. Jerry Brown approved legislation aimed at making California the first state in the nation to bring lessons about sexual consent required at many colleges into high schools, his office announced Thursday.
The so-called Jenkins case asks for the overturning of an N.C.A.A. rule that bars compensation beyond scholarships to top-tier football and Division I men’s basketball players.
The new College Scorecard tells how much graduates of particular colleges earn, but not what impact, if any, the colleges have on graduates’ earnings.