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Education News from NY Times
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Jonathan Holloway, the first black dean of Yale College, has striven to reconcile protesters and the administration, but has been criticized by some students as failing to do enough.
Education Management Corporation is expected to pay nearly $90 million to settle a fraud case that was brought by former employees and joined by the Justice Department and several states.
In an essay, the mother said her daughter has suffered greatly after being banned from a suburban Chicago girls’ locker room.
With its shelter system overburdened, the city has resorted to placing some families in hotels on Staten Island, far from the schools they had been attending.
“The Hunting Ground,” which is to be shown this month on CNN, includes a “false picture” of an assault involving a Harvard law student, they say.
Students at some colleges can use a service called Callisto to anonymously record the details of a sexual assault and later file a report if they choose.
While trading raunchy photos can be viewed legally as violating child pornography laws, few prosecutors want to ruin a teenager’s life for a one-time display of immaturity.
This month we pair William Butler Yeat’s famous poem “The Fascination of What’s Difficult” with Dwight Garner’s 2009 piece, “Celebrating Yeats, Revered for Verse, but Who Aspired to a Life in the Theater”.
Many struggle with the arcana of setting up a foundation, and with questions on risk: Giving to big institutions is safe; social change is difficult.
Are good-looking people treated differently? What advantages do the “aesthetically gifted” get in society?
How should schools balance the complex challenge of trying to create a safe campus where all students feel they belong while also preserving the right to free speech?
Annotation is not just a classroom exercise, but something we all do all the time. With these ideas we hope to expand students’ notions of what annotation can be and inspire them to experiment with new ways of doing it — in class and out.
Zachary Kramer, 22, a former Wesleyan University student, admitted that he had distributed a party drug that left nearly a dozen students hospitalized last winter.
An email written by the dean of students at the college, which is near Los Angeles, after a newspaper article about the treatment of students of color has led to her resignation.
The Missouri state university system named Mr. Middleton as interim president to lead the four-school system as it responds to recent racially charged campus clashes.
The departing education secretary visited a once-failing high school in Boston to highlight the progress that has been made under the administration’s signature school reform program.
A college student charged with threatening a rampage at the University of Missouri mimicked wording in a post that preceded a rampage in Roseburg, Ore., the police said.
Do you see sexting as a dangerous or risky behavior? Does it lead to embarrassment, humiliation or bullying?