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The de Blasio administration took issue with a report saying that the majority of city elementary schools are not fully accessible to disabled people.
Oriel College, one of 38 largely self-governing colleges at Oxford, said it would keep the statue of the man regarded by many as an architect of apartheid.
What is it like to be the first member of your family to go to college? This short film explores the privileges and challenges that first-generation college students, especially those attending the nation’s most prestigious universities, must learn to deal with.
The Detroit teachers’ union filed a lawsuit Thursday against the district calling for repairing “deplorable” conditions and removing the state-appointed emergency manager, Darnell Earley.
Our partners for this annual contest chose 11 winners from a pool of 700 submissions. (The name that made it into nearly every rap submitted? No surprise: Donald Trump.)
The Learning Network: Student Question | Do You Wish Your Conversations Were Less Small Talk and More ‘Big Talk’?
Do you wish there was less small talk in the world and more “big talk” about meaningful things? Would you be willing to jump right in and answer a profound question posed by a stranger?
Auburn is one of 17 universities in the South that a civil rights group says include broad questions about contact with the legal system on admissions forms.
Why is finding the right voice for a character increasingly “crucial to the narrative” for video games?
The English and math exams given to third- through eighth- grade students will no longer be timed, the State Education Department said, ending the call of “pencils down.”
In this lesson, we provide a primer on the presidential nomination process using resources from The New York Times and around the Web, so students won’t just understand how candidates get nominated, but they will be challenged to think deeply about how the system works.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how we define race and whether you should disclose a friend’s struggle with depression.
How do these companies “lord over all that happens in tech”? Why, according to this columnist, can we “bet on them continuing to win”?
The move follows student protests over the use of Lord Jeffery Amherst, a colonial military commander who suggested killing Native Americans with smallpox-infected blankets.