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a collaboration with KQED Art School to explore one of the seven elements of visual art — shape — and suggest ways to apply the ideas to images and articles found in The New York Times.
Small adjustments aimed at making the popular accounts more flexible have either been enacted or are proposed.
Five percent of the students offered placement in eight specialized high schools were black and 7 percent were Hispanic, according to statistics released on Thursday.
If your child can tell you’re unhappy during the game, you’re doing it wrong.
Join me and “The Sweet Spot” author Christine Carter for a live chat about finding your groove at home and work on Friday, March 6, 2015 from 1:00-2:00 Eastern.
Elinor Wylie’s poem “Wild Peaches” and the article “Their Own Museum” by Penelope Green appear in this Poetry Pairing.
Do you consider yourself a feminist? How would you define the word? Here are a few selected pieces from the 1897 to today showing how The New York Times has reported on feminism over the years.
The Cost of College: Here’s What Will Truly Change Higher Education: Online Degrees That Are Seen as Official
With information technology poised to transform degrees, students will be able to acquire credentials at a fraction of today’s costs.
Students in a rehab program answer the question, “Was there anything that anyone could have said to you that would have affected your drug use?”
How much TV do you watch? Do you feel guilty when you watch too much? What does what you watch say about you?
The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | Ferguson Police Routinely Violate Rights of Blacks, Justice Dept. Finds
What types of constitutional violations did the Justice Department cite in a scathing report about the Ferguson Police Department?
Here are several paragraphs from a March 4 article, “ ‘New York Spring Spectacular’ Brings High Kicks to Radio City Music Hall.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
The officer had approached the student, who was leaving a library, with his gun drawn and briefly detained him after reports of an intruder.
Charter schools and teachers’ unions from New York City gathered for competing events and to press their causes in Albany.
The addition of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha to the calendar fulfills a campaign pledge from Mayor Bill de Blasio and represents the increasing influence of the city’s Muslim community.
What I bought, what I read, what I thought I’d read and what I put down and never picked back up this February.
The study found that from the time new nutritional guidelines went into effect in 2012 through last year, the percentage of students choosing fruits increased to 66 percent from 54 percent.