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Education News from NY Times
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Corruption in higher education has been one of the many focal points of President Xi Jinping’s antigraft campaign.
Residents of poor neighborhoods are less likely than those in wealthier ones to enroll in free online courses, a study finds.
Do you ever think about your ecological footprint — how much your individual actions affect the environment?
The institution, following the lead of major college-level art schools, offers children as young as 8 classes in coding, 3-D printing, computer animation, robotics and even Minecraft.
For the fifth year in a row, we’re inviting anyone 13 to 19 years old anywhere in the world to write a rap about the news that mattered most to them this year.
The Learning Network: News Q’s | How Often Do Mass Shootings Occur? On Average, Every Day, Records Show
What databases track mass shootings that leave four or more dead or wounded, and what do they show has happened since January of this year?
Of all the T-shirts you own or have ever owned, which is your favorite? Where did it come from? Why is it so special to you?
Though the threats were deemed unsubstantiated, some students worried that the arrest of a 24-year-old activist, Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 24, would hurt their credibility.
The bipartisan 2001 law ushered in high-stakes testing to measure student progress in reading and math between the third and the eighth grades.
Harvard plans to change the title of from “house master” to a term that will better reflect “the 21st-century needs of residential student life.”
This is the third in our Seven Elements of Art series that helps students make connections between formal art instruction and our daily visual culture.
How much thought and effort do you invest in making sure you look good, popular and happy on Facebook or Instagram?
Pick an athlete, a team or any other aspect of a sport, and come up with a list of original metaphors or analogies that capture the essence of what you are trying to describe. Then share your ideas with your class, or post them as a comment on this post.
Kayla-Simone McKelvey was charged by summons for creating false public alarm after posting violent threats against black staff and students on Twitter.
Everett Piper of Oklahoma Wesleyan University lashed out after a student at his institution said he felt victimized by a sermon on love.