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Californians’ approval of a ballot measure on bilingual education gives Latino kids their cultural heritage back.
There are those who stay and those who go. My friend Sheree wanted to stay and I wanted to go. It could easily have been the other way around.
Student builders, painters, riggers, stage managers and costumers have worked for months on the musical’s set, which opens at the high school next month.
Several episodes suggest that the election of Donald J. Trump is provoking a backlash against efforts to promote cultural diversity on campuses.
It was what I was taught at Wesleyan that persuaded me.
Two federal judges in Manhattan have started a program to educate students, and adults, about the judicial system.
New York City’s Education Department said on Wednesday that the move to redraw zone lines for 11 schools would reduce overcrowding and increase racial and economic integration at three of them.
States that lost the most incoming freshmen to public universities elsewhere, and states that gained the most.
An educational version of musical chairs may well be worth it if it gives students a better shot at an excellent education.
Researchers in a new project are installing microphones in the city to build an aural map and, perhaps, eventually reduce noise pollution.
Question 2, if approved, would allow the state to expand charter schools. A pitched battle over the measure reflects the passions that the debate has aroused nationwide.
The workplace plans offered to teachers and social workers cost too much. But there are ways to fix the problem.
The mammoth Yale endowment fund run by David Swensen has been a training ground for investment managers, its alumni now scattered through the nonprofit world.
Social media experts are advising high school seniors to create professional profiles on LinkedIn and draw them to the attention of college admissions officers.