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More than 300 educators, researchers, and advocates respond to a proposed federal rule on how to define whether minorities are disproportionately identified for special education services.
The new federal K-12 law contains strong requirements for input from principals and others as states create new education plans, but some worry state commitment may be far from uniform.
A Michigan woman is responsible for filing some 500 federal complaints against school districts and others with websites she says disregard the needs of users who are blind or visually impaired.
A year after state lawmakers moved to break up the nation’s fifth-largest school district, a new plan instead would reorganize and decentralize it.
Proven in-school programs can reduce violence, write Roseanna Ander and Julia Quinn of the University of Chicago Crime Lab and Education Lab.
Democrat Tim Kaine, a U.S. Sen. From Virginia, and Republican Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana bring varied perspectives on education as they vie for the vice presidency.
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Social Anthropology and Development | Kings College London
GBR - London, Department of International Development King’s College London This is a full-time post offered on an indefinite contract. The Department of International Development at King’s College
Secretive, selective ... sexist? The college is pushing its elite all-male (and all-female) organizations to change. Here’s a peek inside.
US - CA - Irvine, Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Anthropology or a related field. Applicants should have a distinguished academic background and possesses a vision for the future of the field, a commitment to excelle
Teachers see potential to use the Pokémon Go game to help teach local history, civics, and other lessons, but skeptics worry about privacy risks.
Preparing students for standardized tests does much more than merely teach "tips and tricks," writes test-prep instructor Travis Coleman.
The Learning Network: Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 5 | On ‘How the Government Supports Your Junk Food Habit’
Week 5 of our contest ran during the Republican convention, and many of the 807 entries reflected that. Read the work of our winner, Gabe S., who wrote about junk food and government subsidies, then see what else teenagers around the world were thinking about during one hot week in July.
The ABC News anchor talks internships and Ithaca College.