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ArtsBeat: Julianne Moore and Film Producer Start Petition to Remove Confederate General From School Name
Both are alumni of J.E.B. Stuart High in Fairfax, Va., and want to rename it after Thurgood Marshall.
Our top winner is Arjun G., who wrote about how Jon Stewart helped prepare him for adulthood. We also selected 19 runners-up and 23 honorable mentions.
Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, intended as college-level work for anyone, are popping up on college applications, a sign of curiosity and, possibly, résumé packing.
A suggestion to remove the college financial aid form called Fafsa led to a discussion that touched on empathy, coddling and fraud.
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Do you think the three Americans who helped take down a gunman on a high-speed train are heroes? Or are they right in resisting the label?
Law schools have been able to raise tuition while producing twice as many graduates as the job market has been able to absorb.
While black students represented just under a quarter of public school students in the 13 Southern states studied, they made up nearly half of all suspensions and expulsions.
So-called math-anxious parents who provided frequent help on homework actually hurt their children by passing on their anxiety, a study found.
The Learning Network: The Learning Network Student Council: An Opportunity for Students Honored in Our Summer Reading Contest
We’re looking for up to 10 students to participate in this experimental first fall semester — but, if it works the way we hope it will, we’ll open up applications to other students in the spring.