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Ms. Goldstein, managing director of the Harvard Innovation Labs, says entrepreneurs should be confident enough to ask for help instead of just faking it.
A teacher was fired for using the N-word, saying her students "are going to get shot."
When a professor at the University of Pennsylvania was asked to sign on to a joint letter to President-elect Donald Trump asking him to condemn a racist incident on campus, she felt her opinion was unwelcome.
Professors at the University of Pennsylvania wrote a letter to president-elect Donald Trump in the wake of a racist incident on campus
Montgomery County schools chief Jack Smith says walkouts “must cease” and students should remain in school.
Democrats for Education Reform says the president-elect's agenda threatens vulnerable kids.
Carl Conyers, a 21-year-old student at the University of Houston, was last seen on Tuesday.
A few may be useful, but necessary? Nope, this teacher argues.
Superintendent Karen Garza plans to leave Nov. 23, three weeks early.
They can't get a break.
Vocational graduates of public colleges earn nearly $9,000 more than those who attended comparable programs at for-profit institutions, the Education Department said in a report.
Video shows police officer straddling the student's head, handcuffing him, during protest involving hundreds of D.C. high school students.
The move is the latest turn in the scandal involving unauthorized spending at the City University of New York, the largest public urban university in the country.
With a new program, Blitz, Udacity is expanding an effort to train workers in high-tech fields in which workers are in high demand.
Rabbi Berman, a Queens-bred alumnus who led a Manhattan congregation and has spent eight years in Israel, will take over at a time of financial stress.
In the campaign, President-elect Donald Trump promised to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, and repeal protections granted to certain young immigrants. Will he follow through?
Baltimore City Public Schools said the teacher was no longer employed, and a school district official said she had crossed the line.