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David A. Patterson, a professor at Washington University in St. Louis, has firsthand knowledge of the substance abuse and other problems facing American Indian communities.
Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski, is a senior on Vanderbilt’s baseball team and is expected to play professionally.
A task force on Friday unanimously recommended tearing down Sandy Hook Elementary School and building a new one on the site where a gunman killed 26 children and adults on Dec. 14.
The vote this week of the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development was 117 to 45 against the president, John Sexton.
Michael Mulgrew, president of the teachers’ union, has been dangling a wish list of ideas to candidates who are hoping to win the backing of the powerful union.
The Education Department said Friday that roughly 300 additional students had been wrongly excluded from eligibility in public school gifted programs because of another mistake by the testing company.
In a question-and-answer exchange, the author of a new report on financial aid describes problems in making college affordable for low-income students, and potential solutions.
The anemic economy has left millions struggling to get ahead. Student debt is making it even harder for many of them, as they delay purchases of things like homes and cars.
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Should comments among friends on Facebook be considered private? Or, should we expect that anything said on social media might be viewed by the world?
Congress now has an array of legislative options to prevent the interest rate from doubling to 6.8 percent on July 1, as scheduled.
After Christine Rubino, a fifth-grade teacher in Brooklyn, posted some rather impolitic comments about her students on Facebook in 2010, the Department of Education fired her.
Providence Hogan pleaded guilty to embezzling $82,000 while treasurer of the Public School 29 Parent-Teacher Association in Brooklyn and has fallen behind on scheduled repayments.