Education News from NY Times
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Mayor Bill de Blasio has pledged to charge rent to charter schools, but education experts say his proposal might be difficult to put into effect.
International programs are helping to tackle Myanmar's shortfall in higher education and vocational training after decades of military rule.
A leap in the number of Indian students taking the Graduate Record Examinations suggests a continuing surge in the number entering American graduate schools.
Students at the new campus in St. Louis, the capital, will be awarded Aberystwyth University degrees.
Teenage designers of apps and games have many incentives — financial and otherwise — to forget about their schoolwork.
With physical and virtual visits “off the charts,” libraries across the country are thinking up innovative ways to keep users happy.
The College Board is rethinking the SAT and will, among other things, make the essay optional. Show us your writing skills by answering one of two essay questions in five minutes.
The issue of increasing base aid per student was politically charged because as lawmakers were refusing to increase funding, they passed the largest tax cuts in state history.
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The New York City schools chancellor, Carmen Fariña, said she would work to accommodate students affected by a decision to deny public classroom space to a Harlem school.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio gained a high-profile partner in Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan as he raced to find classroom space in New York City for 24,000 4-year-olds by the fall.
Amid the push to expand full-day preschool in New York, some parents say kindergartners who are in school for only a few hours a day are being overlooked.