Education News from NY Times
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A company with no ties to Detroit’s African-American community plans to promote breast-feeding and economic empowerment among mothers by encouraging them to sell their excess breast milk.
Just as breast-feeding is the best nutrition for my son, being a college-educated mom is one of the best things I can do for my son’s future. These facts go together in my mind, and in social science, yet they fail to come together on my campus.
Ten winners and 10 runners-up chosen from more than 600 submissions to our second annual vocabulary contest.
The trees surrounding the National Christmas Tree at the White House will be illuminated with animated patterns using code generated on Google’s Made with Code website.
Would you want a pair of Google’s computer glasses? Would you want an Apple Watch? Is wearable technology something you’re ready to embrace? Why?
Here are the first eight paragraphs from a Dec. 1 article, “Nae Nae, Dance That Swept the World, Has a Sequel.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
A $1.2 million donation from Steve Tisch, an owner of the N.F.L. team, will pay to have trainers or emergency medical technicians at all contact practices for New York City’s public high schools.
An article in Rolling Stone magazine has come under scrutiny for its reporting methods, even as the University of Virginia and the local police investigate the events the article described.
The hearing involving Jameis Winston and the woman who accused him of sexually assaulting in 2012 her would likely not have any effect until after the Seminoles’ season.
Colleges venture into data mining to help students graduate.
We’re not much for planned dinner conversations, but tonight, each of our kids will present a charity they’d like to support for Giving Tuesday, and try to persuade the rest of the family to get on board.
For someone who ascribes so much value to being present, living in constant countdown mode while waiting for my husband’s returns feels ironic at best, overwhelming at worst.
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A nonprofit seeks to encourage victims to come forward online and identify serial perpetrators who might otherwise go undetected.
Two staff members at a prestigious international school appeared in court on Tuesday in a case that their defense team has said is completely fabricated.
Based on your experience, do boys distract girls, and vice versa, in ways that may have a negative impact on how well they do in school?