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Today’s post for English Language Learners focuses on the topic of immigration, and offers an interactive quiz and a writing prompt.
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A sale of the New York Military Academy fell through and the 126-year-old private boarding school is heading for the auction block.
Washington Home residents and families say they were shocked to learn of land sale to Sidwell Friends.
A new company, Clever, is addressing questions raised by politicians and parents about the data on students, and how it is secured and used.
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He's selling his Amplify education division, which was run by controversial former New York schools chancellor Joel Klein.
Ashley Powell, a student, said she placed the signs in campus buildings on Wednesday as part of a project. Soon, alarmed students began calling the university police.