Education News from NY Times
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Temperatures that were 20 to 40 degrees below average were reported in the central parts of the country on Monday, and on the East Coast on Tuesday. How cold has it been where you live? How have you been handling it?
Why are Dennis Rodman and the other basketball players who went to North Korea “unlikely emissaries” engaged in “a bizarro version of basketball diplomacy”?
A state judge on Tuesday unexpectedly blocked about half of New York University’s large and hotly debated expansion plan in the school’s leafy and largely low-scale neighborhood.
In this lesson students will learn about the problems of poverty and economic inequality in America, and then they will research possible solutions as they propose a new war on poverty for 2014.
Should they be regarded as student athletes and amateurs, or as the labor force in a multibillion-dollar commercial enterprise?
The focus is shifting to the former schools superintendent, who is being portrayed as the mastermind of a scheme that led to charges against 35 educators accused of manipulating test scores.
Public schools for the first time are offering classes in Islam to primary school students to better integrate Germany’s large Muslim minority and to try to counter the influence of radical religious thinking.
New Year’s resolutions, freezing temperatures and more: how many of this week’s 10 questions can you answer correctly?
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Four and a half years after an earthquake devastated L'Aquila in Italy, the Gran Sasso Science Institute has just opened in a bid to regenerate the city through education.