Education News from NY Times
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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.
In a trial resulting from an investigation that led to indictments against 35 educators, a jury said that Tamara Cotman did not influence a witness.
College graduates and dropouts alike are adding to their formal educations with vocational training offered by commercial brands.
In this new feature linking Booming and the Motherlode blog, boomers who have raised children are invited to exchange ideas with parents who need answers as they raise theirs.
Do you think the government should treat the e-cigarette and cigar industries the way it treats the cigarette industry?
The Learning Network Blog: 6 Q’s About the News | Video Games Can Improve Brain Function in the Elderly, Study Says
How optimistic are you that this type of research with video games will eventually lead to real-world solutions for older adults?
This year taking Introduction to Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin can be done online and in real time, even if you aren’t a U.T. student.
Players of the fantasy trading card game “Magic: The Gathering” are helping their younger counterparts with scholarships.
The increased popularity of e-cigarettes among middle and high school students is prompting concerns that the devices could be creating new health problems.
What memorable rites of passage, whether a bar or bat mitzvah, a Sweet 16, prom, graduation or getting your driver’s license, have you participated in as you have grown up?
Creighton University violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act when it failed to provide accommodations requested by a deaf medical student.