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A grand jury in Monroe County, Pa., recently recommended that 37 students and their fraternity, Pi Delta Psi, face a range of criminal charges in the death of Chun Hsien Deng at a 2013 retreat.
Speaking at a high school in Des Moines, Mr. Obama was asked to weigh in about the candidates in the current race and started to beg off. But didn’t.
Garth Saloner said he did not want “a baseless and protracted lawsuit related to a contentious divorce” to hurt the school’s reputation.
Libraries from Maine to California are recasting themselves as hands-on creative hubs where people can learn crafts and experiment with technology like 3-D printers.
The Breakthrough Junior Challenge, a new competition organized by Khan Academy and the Breakthrough Prizes, offers $400,000 in prizes for teenagers and their schools.
A history professor was fatally shot while sitting in his office and the police were searching for another professor in connection with the shooting.
On Mondays, we publish a Times photo without a caption, headline or other information about its origins. Join the conversation by commenting on what you see and why. A live discussion is offered that day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern.
Every Monday during the 2015-16 school year, we’ll be offering a special post for English Language Learners. Each will focus on one topic, and offer an interactive quiz and a writing prompt.
According to this article, “the tech and fashion love affair has been getting increasingly hot and heavy.” What new ideas can you brainstorm for ways technology and fashion could come together — whether to solve problems, to create something beautiful, or simply to breathe new life into old ideas?
Ms. Powell Jobs has ventured more into the public sphere since her husband, Apple’s Steve Jobs, died in 2011, and now she plans to finance an experiment in overhauling education.
At some expensive colleges, the salaries of students 10 years after enrollment are bleak, and there is an earnings gender gap at every top university.
A 21-year-old freshman grew up in a home without electricity and has six siblings who never attended school.
Evidence suggests that it’s not the right form of teaching for many women, minorities and low-income students.
An ambitious survey finds that brand matters less than other factors in graduates’ future contentment.
White House officials unveiled a new website that does not attempt to rate schools, but provides information about annual costs, graduation rates and salaries after graduation.