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A sale of the New York Military Academy fell through and the 126-year-old private boarding school is heading for the auction block.
A new company, Clever, is addressing questions raised by politicians and parents about the data on students, and how it is secured and used.
In a first, an artificial intelligence program answered math questions on the SAT by understanding diagrams and sentences, but scientists say machine thinking is still a long way off.
Ashley Powell, a student, said she placed the signs in campus buildings on Wednesday as part of a project. Soon, alarmed students began calling the university police.
The Gay-Straight Alliance at Xavier High School in Manhattan reflects shifts in public opinion and in the tone of the church.
Some university administrators say the available data on economic diversity is too imperfect to be meaningful. The Upshot’s editor responds.
William Wordsworth’s poem “Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802″ and the article “My London, and Welcome to It” by A. A. Gill appear in this Poetry Pairing.
What trends in your community or school bother you most, whether in fashion, food, slang, music, social media or anything else? Why?
The latest experiment in prep football is taking root, and coaches and officials around the country are watching with curiosity and wariness.
What do you think: is playing fantasy sports gambling, or just engaging in “skill-based games”? Why?
Thousands of Seattle students started the school year Thursday after it was delayed by a weeklong teachers strike.
“Rape and pillage are not part of the curriculum,” said the director of a government-funded course on how to live like a Norse warrior, though image redemption is.
Do you use Facebook? What do you think about Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement that it will be testing a “dislike” button? What benefits and problems can you imagine such a button might bring based on your experience?
This article, about a 14-year-old boy who was arrested for taking a clock he built to school, has gone viral. Have you heard about it? What is your opinion? What is your reaction to the video in this post?
Mayor Bill de Blasio framed his $186 million commitment to help struggling schools as a way to address income inequality, but questions remain about how these programs will work.