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The Learning Network: Article of the Day | ‘ “I Want to Win Someday”: Tribes Make Stand Against Pipeline’
What happened to hundreds of Native American families along the Missouri River fifty years ago? Why is this history still relevant today?
What advice do you have for new students at your school this year?
This word has appeared in 85 New York Times articles in the past year.
Three dozen families in Alexandria, Va. were targeted because their children weren’t doing well in class, a move that could have boosted the school’s overall scores.
The collapse of ITT Technical Institutes is fueling a debate over the Obama administration’s policing of the for-profit industry.
Some teachers are questioning the value of homework for young students.
A foundation is "a prime opportunity for an institution that profited from slavery to join with the descendants of those enslaved to create a model for healing and redress in our nation," said Joseph Stewart, a leader of the descendants.
College requires 'cultural competency' training to avoid offending an often-overlooked culture: The military
Texas A&M University-San Antonio now requires all faculty and staff to get training to better understand their students who are connected to the military.
Tim Koeth shares his passion for cyclotrons with students at U-Md. and beyond.
The historian and public education advocate finally gets a chance to talk with the Democratic presidential nominee Clinton and urges her to rethink her support for charter schools.
The move comes in response to violent incidents that have stoked debate about whether school police are helping or hurting kids.
Regulators need to act sooner in cases where students are victimized by for-profit colleges.
A decision that threw out the state’s education financing system as unconstitutional spoke to a larger nationwide truth.
A labor economist, he was a strong voice at the Philadelphia-area college in the 1960s for the admission of women and against the Vietnam War.
The Department of Cultural Affairs has launched an initiative to place CUNY students at paid internships at Carnegie Hall and other institutions.
Social Q’s: The “Back to School” edition. On homesickness, bare feet and a dating quandary.