Education News from NY Times
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During a bail hearing for Jon Cruz, a teacher at the Bronx High School of Science who faces pornography charges, authorities said he also asked his own students for nude or suggestive images.
A student board debated whether the religion of a second-year economics major meant she would be biased in dealing with sensitive governance questions, and the discussion has upended the campus.
Officials said the two students with Sigma Alpha Epsilon had been identified as having played a leading role in singing a racist chant on a bus.
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A report from the O.E.C.D. revives an old debate about girls’ math abilities, while it raises questions about boys’ overall educational achievements.
The order directs federal agencies to make it easier for college students to finance their education, pay back loans and avoid being taken advantage of by unscrupulous lenders.
That fifth lollipop in the bunch that’s just been distributed to four kids? If your child thinks it’s rightly his, that may be on you.
My wife’s maternity leave will be over before our daughter is fully out of the newborn stage. I’m going to need help.
Whether you were 12 a year ago or a decade ago, what do you remember about that in-between age? Which of the students in the WNYC video most reminds you of yourself? What was good, bad, awkward, awesome and essential about 12 for you?
The demand has created an unusually close partnership between the Gulf Coast energy industry and community colleges to train people for disappearing skills.
Here are several paragraphs from a March 6 article, “That Howling? Just New York’s Neighborhood Coyotes.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
An article on the controversy involving Rachel Beyda, a Jewish student questioned by a student council about her views, drew hundreds of comments.
Lisa Bonchek Adams did not write like a woman resigned. She did not want to die. But even more, she did not want to disappear.
An N.C.A.A. report found that two men with close ties to Syracuse athletics had used the Y.M.C.A. in Oneida, N.Y., as a haven for handouts to players and university employees.
New research suggest that taking S.S.R.I.s while pregnant does not increase the risk of asthma in the resulting babies, but the decision to take medication or not remains difficult.
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