Education News from NY Times
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President Obama’s offer of a full ride to community college should increase enrollment, but its success will depend more on how many students graduate.
Getting an email “obsession” under control, focusing on the task at hand, and finding time for gratitude and exercise.
John Tauer of Division III St. Thomas in St. Paul is one of the few men’s basketball coaches who teach courses, and he uses his academic expertise to help motivate his players.
Nearly 42,000 public school students have been referred to the treatments, designed to help with things like managing sensitivities to noise or improving fine motor skills.
I hope most of the stares Evy gets are because she’s adorable, but I know that many of them will be because she’s a dark-skinned child with white parents.
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Here are several paragraphs from the Feb. 16 article, “In N.B.A. All-Star Game, Pizazz Returns to Garden, and West Stars Shoot Their Way to a Win.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
Critics of Gov. Scott Walker say he is capitalizing on a view that is popular among conservatives like those in the Iowa caucuses: that state universities are elite bastions of liberal academics.
Question I haven’t yet asked my 5-year-old: is the Internet a more reliable source of information than I am?
Besides resources for Presidents’ Day, we provide a few to remember the New York Times media columnist and journalism teacher David Carr, who died last week.
Mr. Singer was a writer and professor of philosophy for 65 years, nearly 55 of them at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mr. Carr, who died Thursday, was a funny, demanding, optimistic teacher of reporters-to-be at Boston University, and his syllabus distills his sense of an unfolding digital age. Excerpts here serve as the final Media Equation column under his byline.
Sexual abuse allegations and a planned lawsuit against Mohammad Abdullah Saleem in Elgin have divided segments of the imam’s followers and those in the community who reject the idea that the case should be handled privately.
Countless times, well-meaning friends, relatives, and acquaintances told me I was “lucky” to have been adopted, “lucky” even to live in America.
Ms. Fariña has rolled back Education Department policies adopted by the Bloomberg administration, but hasn’t spelled out what will come next.
The university has banned Sigma Alpha Epsilon from conducting on-campus activities until August 2016 after learning about inappropriate remarks made at an initiation ceremony.