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Stanford became the first major university to lend support to a nationwide campaign to rid endowments and pension funds of fossil fuel investments.
Campus entry remained off limits to outsiders at Paine College and law enforcement vehicles circled the college’s perimeter after separate shootings, one of which left a man hospitalized.
Real action to help the kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria means continuing to financially support and push for change even after the issue has stopped trending on Twitter.
The Learning Network: Text to Text | President Johnson’s ‘Great Society’ Speech and ‘50 Years Into the War on Poverty, Hardship Hits Back’
In this Text to Text, we pair President Johnson’s “Great Society” speech with an article by Trip Gabriel describing the new face of poverty in rural West Virginia.
Our family is moving from Jerusalem to Rockland County, leaving almost everything and everyone familiar to our 6- and 2-year-olds behind. I am afraid for our family and our finances, and craving Doritos.
A study exploring the self-image of black children played a part in swaying the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education.
Should children choose, and easily discard, their extracurriculars, or should adults make at least some of those choices?
The 10th of 10 winning student editorials in our winter contest — with a video made by the author to accompany it.
Does experiencing frustration and defeat help us develop grit? Or do you agree with Alfie Kohn that those are just unsubstantiated myths?
A horse race, a Supreme Court decision and a long-awaited movie sequel: How many of the 10 questions below can you answer correctly?
On Mondays, we publish a Times photo without a caption, headline or other information about its origins. Join the conversation by posting about what you see, and why. A live discussion is offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern time.
Mother’s Day is May 11, and this interactive quiz and the teaching ideas that follow can help make it a language-learning opportunity
New preschoolers are not allowed to attend school until the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court resolve the messiness that resulted when the state government revamped regulations to make admissions at nursery schools more egalitarian.