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Four and a half years after an earthquake devastated L'Aquila in Italy, the Gran Sasso Science Institute has just opened in a bid to regenerate the city through education.
The American Studies Association has become the target of widespread criticism after it voted to boycott Israel's higher-education institutions.
An assistant principal says the “teacher-student evangelical style” of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, which she learned at an early age, became “the foundation of my teaching ability later in life.”
A video produced by a safety agency warned of the dangers of a chemistry experiment that went awry at a Manhattan school this week.
For the first time since we introduced this feature in 1999, we have revised our master list of 366 featured New York Times front-page articles to add 26 new articles.
What words or phrases were overused in 2013? What expressions, catchphrases, neologisms or slang do you hope never to hear again in 2014? Why?
A teacher’s science demonstration for a 10th-grade class exploded at Beacon High School, hospitalizing a boy with severe burns. A girl was hospitalized and released.
2014′s first Poetry Pairing features “Ode” by Arthur O’Shaughnessy and the article “The Revolution Will Have Live Music” by Colin Moynihan.
What are the most surprising differences in regional pronunciations and words used to describe the same thing?