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A California middle school teacher was explaining equality when he used a lynching analogy to make the discussion “interesting."
A letter on behalf of the recently departed president of the school blaming top administrators for a scandal she is ensnared in seems to have energized the governor ethics campaign.
Ms. DeVos, a philanthropist, activist and Republican fund-raiser, has worked to give families vouchers to attend private schools and pressed to expand charter schools.
The president-elect’s first picks were white men, but now he has recruited two women: Gov. Nikki R. Haley of South Carolina and Betsy DeVos, a G.O.P. philanthropist.
Sworn statements described a scheme to cheat customers, and sales playbooks called for tapping into “the roller coaster of emotions” to get people to sign up.
Donald J. Trump’s victory may have paralyzed some elite campuses, but students at LaGuardia Community College in Queens remained focused on studies and jobs.
Despite his selection of Betsy DeVos as education secretary, any effort to promote vouchers from Washington would run up against structural realities.
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Teachers see the challenges facing America every day and are in a unique position to help, asserts Josh Thomases, dean of inn -More-
Republicans beginning in 2017 will hold the majority in both legislative chambers and in two-thirds of state legislatures. -More-
Educators aiming to adopt blended learning should first consider their goals, asserts Bill Tolley, a teacher at the Internati -More-
Civil rights pioneer and Congressman John Lewis recently received the Nashville Public Library Foundation's Literary Award du -More-
Several school districts in Kansas introduce agricultural concepts to students with the help from the Kansas Foundation for A -More-
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, NCSS SmartBrief will not publish on Nov. 25. Publication will resume Nov. 28.
Birds sing after a storm. Why shouldn't people feel as free to delight in whatever sunlight remains to them?
Rose Kennedy, philanthropist
Advocates worry that the incoming Trump administration could scale back federal civil rights enforcement in education after nearly eight years of high-profile attention to the subject.