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The changes, added to omnibus spending legislation, would make it harder for some bondholders to challenge out-of-court debt restructuring deals.
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The School Renewal Program is Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempt to improve troubled schools instead of shutting them down, but how they were supposed to improve has been difficult to discern.
Erika Christakis, who had suggested there could be negative consequences to the university’s directive to be sensitive when choosing Halloween costumes, resigned from her position voluntarily, the school said.
Women’s lacrosse and softball coaches supported proposals that would limit recruiting of young high schoolers and even middle schoolers. Men’s lacrosse coaches are set to discuss a similar approach.
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What is your response to the Pentagon ruling that all military combat roles will be opened to women, and to the possibility that women will have to register for the Selective Service in the United States?
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English Language Learners use an article about the death penalty to build vocabulary and craft explanations.
In all, 32 presidents received $1 million or more in compensation in 2013, the latest figures available, according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
In 1970, student protesters stormed into a building at New York University and took control of a computer then considered “the most expensive thing on campus.”
Jerry Falwell Jr. suggested that the victims of the California shootings might have defended themselves if they had been armed.
Universities are embracing lucrative deals with dining contractors to help pay for campus improvements, but critics say students often pay for them in the rising costs of meal plans.
Mr. Rassias’ immersive approach to teaching foreign languages rapidly, known as the Rassias Method, has been used by thousands of teachers around the world since the 1960s.
Those wondering what kind of education initiatives Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and his wife may support with their charitable spending should consider the new AltSchool in Brooklyn Heights.