Education News from NY Times
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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, at a rally in Albany, offered a sharply different vision for charter schools than Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has vowed to slow the growth of such schools.
A parent’s protest on the website Humans of New York was shared widely, drawing attention to students without a much-needed foreign-language teacher.
The former Goldman Sachs trader had been scheduled to teach an undergraduate course on economic analysis beginning March 31. But a University of Chicago spokesman said on Tuesday that he would no longer be an instructor.
In this lesson, we seek to challenge preconceptions with articles that offer new perspectives and defy stereotypes. From poverty and war to arts and entertainment, the world’s second largest continent is far more complex than it may seem.
What problems regarding spiritual and nonspiritual matters do airport chaplains help travelers solve?
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Amplify, part of News Corporation, is one of many companies releasing all-digital curriculums for sale to school districts.
International education professionals in the United States are starting to focus on ways to prevent foreign students from dropping out of colleges.
In a country that is home to immigrants from hundreds of countries, religious accommodation is part of the give and take of everyday life.
Two publishers are removing some 120 papers from their web sites after it was revealed that the works were computer-generated gibberish.
Arguing that the traditional Jewish day-school model is outmoded and too clannish, many Jews are flocking to schools that combine secular studies with Torah and Hebrew lessons.
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