Education News from NY Times
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Although a primary rationale for charter schools is to test practices for wider public-school use, battles over space and money have inhibited attempts at collaboration.
In Hagerstown, Ind., high school students will be making their own burgers from scratch — raising cattle to supply cheaper food for their cafeteria.
"Singapore: The Making of a Nation-State, 1300-1975" allows secondary-school students to "explore Singapore's origin as a port of call, and her connections to the region and the world."
As part of its goal to run the economy entirely on renewable energy by 2050, the government is pushing institutions to develop new courses, degrees and departments.
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Descendants tend to succeed founders as president of some of the more prominent Christian institutions.
Last year 66 seniors shared their college application essays that addressed class and money, and four were published. Here’s where the four students are now.
Looking to the future, high school seniors can draw revealing portraits in writing about their financial circumstances.
In this week’s lesson students will read about the events in Nigeria and the subsequent Twitter campaign, deciding whether hashtag activism is worthwhile and designing ways to take action on an issue they care about.
Can you identify the sentence that correctly punctuates a sentence that contains an internal quotation?
Ronald O. Ross, superintendent of the Greenburgh Central School District, is charged in a federal lawsuit with using racial, ethnic and other slurs.
My mother’s unexpected appearance at a moment when I needed her more than I knew was more than luck.
A principal and four teachers at Cayuga Elementary School in Philadelphia promoted cheating on standardized tests for five years by providing answers to students and improperly reviewing questions before administering the tests, the state’s attorney general said.
Twelve ideas for teaching with The Times about language — from the new SAT to slang, clichés, root words and more.
The Justice and Education Departments said schools “may be in violation of federal law” if they turn children away because they or their parents do not have immigration papers.