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After U-Md. students propose a new way to pay for sexual-assault investigations, school agrees to hire more staff
Student government leaders at the University of Maryland proposed a student fee to help fund the office that investigates claims of sexual assault. University leaders say they'll fund new positions for the office.
The window is closing for countering Flint children's lead exposure, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday.
A data-rich map that details the growing problem across the country.
Answering the pre-exam questions on the PSAT/NMSQT this week will put students into a massive college recruiting database. Many enticing envelopes will follow.
Children have been captivated by this unusual presidential campaign.
Sensitive topics make school civics lessons a tricky subject.
University leaders hope the $500 million gift from Phil and Penny Knight signals dramatic change for a school that has undergone turmoil in recent years
The CFPB cited problems with loan servicers, enrollment issues and misaligned debt-collection incentives.
Many of the highest-paying entry-level jobs are tied to engineering and technology majors.
Volunteers coached inmates in the intricacies of researching, organizing and presenting their cases no matter the topic or point of view.
The organization challenged the New York City Education Department to take further steps to rezone schools on the Upper West Side.
Personalized learning is not sweeping through schools, as some would have you believe. But the trend has now entered the K-12 mainstream, and its expansion is quickening.
The Henry County, Ga., school system refashioned its personalized learning strategy after determining the original plan was overly fixated on the use of technology.
The deputy director of the NGLC talks about how personalized learning has evolved and what looms ahead for districts pursuing this approach.
The U.S. Department of Education has given half a billion dollars to districts that embrace the trend, but little research exists on its impact.
But the idea that digital tools can benefit students’ social-emotional development is controversial, with critics claiming children are already spending too much time online.
The students said the results that the web app Happify generated for each of them confirmed some thoughts they had about themselves.
Educators are asking tougher questions to sort the real personalized learning potential from the empty promises of some ed-tech products and services.
The trend to individualize education has evolved at a gradual pace, as shown by a look back at some stories from several years ago.