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Large chains are increasingly joining established independent hotels by tailoring their decorations and amenities to attract college-related business.
Tabtor offers, along with the usual sums, something seemingly unique: an instructor who tracks a child’s progress and offers feedback.
“Frozen” has gone from movie to phenomenon, at least in part because the passion at its heart is one children of both genders can relate to.
“You’re not my real mother.” True words in one sense, but words that are still hard for an adoptive mother to hear.
A rare, ironic example of low-income children getting more of something than they need: 15,000 American toddlers, many on Medicaid, are being medicated for A.D.H.D.-like symptoms.
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A report by the left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies also found that part-time faculty grew more quickly at public universities with the highest-paid presidents.
A French business school, HEC Paris, ranked first overall in this year's Financial Times annual executive education rankings
St. Michael's College School in Toronto has teamed up with the University of Toronto's sports medicine clinic in a program to support recoveries.
The Chinese government is not doing enough to ensure that people with disabilities have fair access to higher education, experts say.
Schools are signing up to teach computer coding, which some view as a basic skill for today, and the tech industry-backed group Code.org is pushing basic coding even for the very young.
Colleges across the country are wrestling with student requests for what are known as “trigger warnings,” explicit alerts that class materials might upset them because of past trauma.
A new movie’s troubling questions include whether the best schools encourage social mobility or perpetuate privilege.
Marking the anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision, civil rights advocates say American schools are increasingly split along racial lines.