Education News from NY Times
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Payments from Arkansas to help fund desegregation efforts in three school districts will be phased out under a settlement that was approved.
Mr. Milliken, the president of the University of Nebraska since 2004, will take over a system that is expanding but is troubled by large pockets of impoverished students.
The Learning Network Blog: Testing the Waters: Investigating Questions About the West Virginia Chemical Spill
Ideas for teaching about the West Virginia chemical spill, either by focusing on West Virginia alone, or widening the lens to include other industrial spills, inquiries into the water supply or regulation in general.
What places from The Times’s annual Places to Go list interest you most? Where else in the world would you like to go? What kind of traveler are you?
How has one polygamist family managed to “anger both the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which abandoned polygamy in 1890, and to some extent their own Mormon fundamentalist offshoot, the Apostolic United Brethren”?
Can you calculate the snowfall in a recent storm needed to yield of an average of one foot in the New York City area?
Gov. Jay Inslee asked lawmakers to increase spending on K-12 education and raise the state minimum wage as the Legislature began work on the first state budget in six years without a major financial shortfall.
As a teacher and principal, Carmen Fariña became known for her hands-on approach, which propelled her rise in the Education Department of New York City and ultimately contributed to her departure.
The boy suspected in the shooting at a middle school in Roswell was apprehended by a State Police lieutenant.
A Hamas program aims to prepare high school students for what some see as the next inevitable clash with Israel.
In this lesson we offer a range of teaching ideas designed to help students understand the vast, multifaceted country behind the Sochi Olympics.
Collegefeed, a start-up, has developed a computerized system that matches college students and recent graduates and employers looking for educated, entry-level workers.
A political scandal, a chemical spill, the Golden Globes and a same-sex marriage battle: how many of the 10 news stories in this quiz have you followed this week?
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