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The institution, following the lead of major college-level art schools, offers children as young as 8 classes in coding, 3-D printing, computer animation, robotics and even Minecraft.
The Obama administration will forgive nearly $28 million in federal student loans for 1,312 former Corinthian Colleges students.
An anonymous threat to Florida International University prompts officials to warn the campus community
Project-based teaching gains popularity, immersing students in their subjects with real-world experiences.
On accountability, the bill rocketing through Congress departs from key priorities embraced by Education Secretary Arne Duncan in his seven-year tenure, while firming up his influence on early-education and innovation.
College president: 'At a time when major presidential candidates demonize difference, and when attackers respond to groups they’ve been inspired to hate with terrorism, let’s recognize the constructive value of ongoing debate and that politicized campuses remain places of confrontation and of real learning.'
University of Kentucky president Eli Capilouto explains why he shrouded a mural that depicts African American slaves.
While the teachers' union lawsuit against the evaluations is pending, teachers won't be sanctioned for poor performance on them.
US - MA - Bedford/Lowell, Company Description: Middlesex Community College (MCC) employs over 800 people in full-time, part-time, faculty, professional administrative and support positions at campuses in both Lowell and Bedf
US - MA - Bedford, Company Description: Middlesex Community College (MCC) employs over 800 people in full-time, part-time, faculty, professional administrative and support positions at campuses in both Lowell and Bedf
For the fifth year in a row, we’re inviting anyone 13 to 19 years old anywhere in the world to write a rap about the news that mattered most to them this year.
Children have a right to an education free of racist imagery and discrimination, writes attorney Jared Hautamaki.