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Education News from NY Times
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The college’s annual Parents’ Parting Ceremony offers a mix of African music and dance, black Christian preaching and liberation theology.
Removing the application for federal aid would encourage more qualified low-income students to apply to college.
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State education officials ended months of uncertainty over how they would respond to a growing movement against standardized exams.
A defense lawyer for Owen Labrie, the St. Paul’s graduate accused of rape, pressed his accuser on the details of their May 2014 encounter.
Congressional reformers don’t seem to realize that state and local governments are rarely forced to overhaul low-performing schools.
Six candidates discussed the Common Core standards, teachers’ unions and the role of the federal government in public schools.
The second day of testimony in the trial of Owen Labrie, who has pleaded not guilty, brought out both excruciating detail and intense emotion from the girl said to have been sexually assaulted.