Education News from NY Times
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Families of Freedom, formed a week after the 2001 attacks, will continue to provide scholarships through 2030.
A dinner designed for a parent with more on his or her mind than “I wonder if rice wine vinegar or tarragon vinegar would be better here.”
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How might scientists use similar data-rich surveillance to learn more about other insects’ behavior?
Below are six paragraphs from the Aug. 29 essay about texting, “Bubbles Carry a Lot of Weight.” We have dropped a word in each paragraph. Can you choose the best one for each blank?
A new index measures which colleges have the most economically diverse student bodies — and charge the least to lower-income students.
The two former presidents exchanged compliments in Washington on Monday as part of an initiative involving four presidential libraries.
If your student is unhappy, do you encourage the child to advocate for a different schedule, regardless of the official word on allowable changes?
Sunday dinner is burrito bowls, but Sunday is also shopping and preparation day for making things easier the rest of the week.
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Here are the first five paragraphs from the Sept. 3 article “‘Here, Ansel! Sit, Avedon!” We have dropped a word in each paragraph. Can you choose the best one for each blank?
Harvard’s president said the gift by the Morningside Foundation would give the school a stable financial base and the ability to give students more financial aid while expanding programs in several fields.
The changes would lower the threshold required to find someone guilty and would bring the university in line with the rest of the Ivy League.
Bard College has become an unlikely champion of liberal education in countries known for their volatility and political upheaval.