Education News from NY Times
Updated: 4 hours 9 min ago
Parents feeling helpless when confronted with first-grade math work sheets are adding to the political debate about whether the Common Core is another way in which Washington is taking over people’s lives.
Parent seeking advice from other parents: by six or seven o’clock, I’m fried, but my children are needier than ever. How do you cope with the end of the day when the day’s been especially tough?
With prekindergarten classes set to grow under Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious plan, the ad hoc in-home day care providers that serve thousands of city children are getting fresh attention.
International students are flocking to Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital, with 7,017 enrolling in the city's universities last year compared with 5,157 in 2009.
To escape the restrictions of an authoritarian government, the European Humanities University moved to Lithuania, where it is now embroiled in a debate over its future.
Yet overall job satisfaction was high, the survey said, with nine out of 10 teachers positive about their work.
Before the birth of my first baby, I asked my parents and my in-laws to get the T.D.A.P. vaccine. My mother and in-laws agreed. My father refused.
There are changes colleges could make in campus life that would address the root causes of sexual assaults.
The United States may have many of the best elite colleges, but over all, our higher-education system has many of the same problems found in K-12.
Young musicians from disadvantaged backgrounds will show off their skills on Saturday at the United Palace Theater in Washington Heights, Manhattan.
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A group has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a recently passed law that repealed Common Core education standards in the state.