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Can you calculate the approximate value of the oil that could be transported by the proposed Keystone XL pipeline every year?
A college degree is worth more for millennials than it was for earlier generations, but a high school degree alone is worth much less.
Koreans favor East Sea, while Japan insists it is the Sea of Japan; a proposal would require textbooks to use both.
People with ties to Bob Jones University criticized the firing of a Christian consulting group the school hired to investigate its handling of sexual assaults.
After criticism from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, the State Board of Regents set aside a proposal to let teachers contest poor assessments by citing difficulties related to the new Common Core standards.
These 2014 Olympics offer teachers an opportunity to take an event that students are already watching and talking about, and turn it into a teachable moment.
Do zoos have a responsibility to try to ensure that all animals under their care live a long and healthy life? Or, do zoos have a different mission?
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo attacked state education officials over a proposal that would give teachers more leeway to protest poor evaluations.
An adviser to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, Dr. Cooke was instrumental in major initiatives to benefit children.
William R. Hite Jr. has laid off almost 4,000 workers and closed 24 schools since becoming Philadelphia superintendent of schools in 2012.
The Olympics, peace talks, a historic performance and more: How many of the 10 questions in our quiz can you answer correctly?
After a 2006 court ruling, the state, in 2007, agreed to give $7 billion in additional aid to schools, but the entire amount did not materialize.
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