Education News from NY Times
Updated: 9 hours 42 min ago
The vast majority of Division I universities are public but the National Labor Relations Board has no power over them, only over private-sector employers like Northwestern.
As more victims go public and more of them file formal federal complaints, activists are making shrewd use of the law and the media to force schools to change their approach to assaults.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who was to speak at the May 18 commencement at Rutgers University, said she did not want to detract from the day’s festivities.
Some say a new agreement that would pay extra to New York teachers who take on more work is too good to be true, while others welcome the raises.
When I took my oldest child for her college tours, I tried to chat with my fellow parents. Now I know better.
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