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Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, is expected to announce a settlement Wednesday that would create an independent monitor of the college’s management and finances.
The Learning Network: Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 10 | Finding Freedom and Self-Love Through Running
Our top winner is Audrey L, who wrote about finding freedom and self-love through running. We also selected five runners-up and 10 honorable mentions.
More than 100 students at Hillsboro High School staged a walkout after a transgender student was allowed to use the girls’ facilities.
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Have you ever received a letter or report card from your school telling you your B.M.I., or body mass index?
What did the reporter Jon Caramanica think of Miley Cyrus’s overall performance as the show’s host? Why?
A passing comment by Columbia University’s president touched off a flurry of expectations that President Obama would affiliate with his alma mater after he leaves office, but the White House said no decisions had been made.
Four teenagers pleaded guilty, and two others were convicted on lesser charges, in a case that shocked and divided the town last fall.
Defaults are concentrated among the millions of students who drop out without a degree, and they tend to have less debt.
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What are some lawmakers in Congress, analysts, and government officials concerned about regarding the Arctic Sea?
David Powers, who was kicked out of St. John’s Law School because of a years-old drug charge, will start his education again Monday, after Pace Law School accepted him.
Many technological tools used by schools are designed to customize learning, but concern is developing over the collection and use of data on individual students.
The killing of the scholar, Malleshappa Madivalappa Kalburgi, drew immediate comparisons to the 2013 murder of Dr. Narendra Dabholkar, who spent decades debunking gurus, sorcerers, healers and godmen.