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The philanthropist who initially funded First Scholars is suing an affiliate university that ended the program, accusing it of breaching its contract.
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Angered by teacher sickouts that have closed many Detroit schools, majority Republicans in Michigan’s Legislature proposed legislation to make it easier to deem such work stoppages illegal strikes.
Critics say the waivers sought by religiously affiliated institutions enable them to discriminate against gay and transgender students.
In this Text to Text, we focus on pairing Sophocles’ work — called “the most powerful political play ever written” — with the work of a contemporary Spanish flamenco dance company.
The F.B.I. is investigating Julio Pino, an educator in the history department known for incendiary remarks like “death to Israel.”
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Parents of 13 current and former students of Success Academy filed a complaint against the charter school network with the federal Department of Education.
If you’re looking for ways to bring “Star Wars” into your classroom, we offer teaching ideas for subjects across the curriculum — from analyzing Yoda’s syntax to investigating the economic consequences of destroying the Death Star.
How do you feel about comics and superheroes, now or when you were younger? What is your reaction to new characters who are “no longer primarily straight, white and male under their masks”?
Near campuses around the country, developers are building housing for the staff, tapping into the desire among some younger workers to live in walkable, urban communities.
A program called hip-hop therapy encourages students to give voice to their day-to-day struggles in neighborhoods where poverty and crime are constants.