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Gov. Jay Nixon has argued that lower taxes would hurt education and mental health services, and has found support in the face of an override vote.
Students in introductory classes taught by untenured faculty were more likely to take a second course in the same discipline and earn a better grade in the next course, a report says.
The student body is somewhat economically diverse, but small cliques of the ultrawealthy seem to have grown over the years.
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Amid a sore lack of data, one federal office is conducting randomized trials of various educational programs to determine which live up to their claims.
Al-Azhar University in Cairo, a leading center of Arab and Islamic learning founded in the 10th century, plans to open a branch in Nilai, near Kuala Lumpur.
After visiting New York in the ’40s, the French thinkers became the focus of investigations by the F.B.I., which was searching for evidence of a leftist conspiracy.
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is introducing a four-year bachelor’s degree program focused on Cantonese opera.
The bleak job picture for young Americans doesn’t bode well for their long-term careers, or for the economy’s future.
An aggressive program intended to foster female success brought improvements, but also resentment and uncertainty.
The Montana Supreme Court is assessing who has the authority to correct a sentencing error after a judge issued a 30-day sentence for rape.
Nearly two years after a drum major was beaten to death by fellow band members in a hazing ritual, the Marching 100 of Florida A&M University is back on its home turf.