Education News from NY Times
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Notre Dame, a top college football program known for academic rigor, changed its media day plans at the last minute as it wrestles with allegations that players cheated on class work.
Prosecutors said four people caught in a teacher certification fraud scheme have agreed to stop teaching, ending the federal case involving teachers in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
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Is sibling attendance at a brother or sister’s sports or other events part of being a supportive family, or “dragging them along?”
I thought I’d planned for all the changes coming our way when my family moved to a new city. Then — silly me — I realized you can’t plan for the unexpected.
New policies with the aim of keeping students out of the court system will end citations for minor offenses like fighting or defacing school property.
The fight has generated two dueling lawsuits, a standoff between Gov. Bobby Jindal and the state superintendent of education he appointed, and a sense of chaos among educators and parents.
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Is sharing videos and pictures a violation of a child’s right to privacy, or a simple act to remain connected to friends and family?
Millions of Americans have trained for new careers through the $3.1 billion Workforce Investment Act, but many have not found new jobs and are instead faced with thousands of dollars of debt.
Without technological support and with a lack of financing, an experiment in online courses at an African refugee camp fell short.
Harvard University has retained the top spot in the annual Academic Ranking of World Universities, a position it has held for the past 12 years.
As the Sept. 18 Scottish independence referendum approaches, campaigners are reaching out to students to explain what the vote could mean for them.