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The Learning Network: Text to Text | ‘Let’s Give Up on the Constitution’ and ‘The Constitution of the United States’
What would happen if we stopped feeling obligated to the Constitution? And how should the words on this centuries-old parchment guide our current and future civic discourse?
How does tiny Xavier University in New Orleans manage to send more African-American students to medical school than any other college in the country?
The visit is intended to increase pressure on lawmakers by building support for the president’s proposal across the nation, his domestic policy adviser said.
Why does Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary continue to reject demands that all countries accept quotas? How is that country trying to stem the flow of migrants? What is your opinion of the Hungarian government’s stance?
Washington’s public school system was already in turmoil as the post-Labor Day rites of homeroom and homework began. Now a court has ruled its charter schools unconstitutional.
Construction paper used to be provided at school. Nowadays, it is one of many items parents are expected to provide. And yet a retailers group expects parents will spend 6 percent less this season.
Amid financial woes and increasing violence, Mr. Emanuel is also facing a hunger strike by a group of residents protesting plans for a closed school.
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New York City thinks that the key to transforming low-performing schools is to get parents to show up more, by turning the buildings into one-stop community centers.