Education News from NY Times
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A gender difference in behavioral skills, seen as early as kindergarten, is hurting boys’ academic prospects and their earning potential.
One of the first states to adopt Common Core education standards became the first state to formally abandon the national benchmarks.
Do today’s parents spend more time whining about our lives than our forebears? Time for the still-active Boomer parents, Gen X and the Millenials to defend our status as “fun.”
A Supreme Court decision, a historic ceremony and a 40th birthday celebration for a popular toy: How many of the questions in this week’s News Quiz can you answer correctly?
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April 29 is International Dance Day. Here are some ideas for using it to teach English Language Learners.
The plan aims to make programs more international, reduce dropouts among foreign students and help them find employment in Denmark after graduation.
European education policy makers are looking at how new teaching tools and changes in the student body could significantly alter the university landscape.
Historically black colleges in the United States have a legacy of international engagement but are now lagging behind their predominantly white peers in international outreach.
My great-grandmother cared for my mom and aunt while my grandparents worked. My grandmother cared for me and my sister while my parents worked. But my mom can’t afford to do the same for me.
The schools had been at the heart of a battle between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Eva S. Moskowitz, the leader of a high-performing charter network.
The University of North Carolina has been at odds with a journalist for a Raleigh newspaper over his exposés of academic malfeasance at the university, some of it relating to athletes.