Education News from NY Times
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After August, Texas’ curriculum support system, known as Cscope, will no longer be a source of lesson plans for the 875 school districts that rely on it.
Because of the high cost, some colleges do a lot more than others to find and enroll low-income students, which critics of race-based affirmative action see as a way to encourage diversity.
An investigation of three midshipmen has gone on for more than a year amid growing controversy over military sexual assaults.
President Obama’s remarks in the Rose Garden came as Democrats and Republicans differ on how to stop the rate for federally subsidized student loans from rising on July 1.
A conversation with Jeffrey Selingo, the author of “College (Un)Bound,” who argues that the higher-education system is both vital to the American economy and “broken.”
“Barbie” by Scott, 18, from Phoenix, is the fourth of 12 winning poems in our fourth annual Found Poem Student Contest.
Do we take pleasure in hearing about someone else’s pain? Do celebrities’ troubles somehow make us feel better about ourselves? Or, are tabloid scandals just entertainment?
The third of the 12 winning poems from April’s Found Poetry Student Contest, this one by an 18-year-old from Arizona.
Our favorite student comments from a lively discussion about the increasing problem of digital distraction.
Stanford reported one of the highest admission yields this year, at 76.65 percent, surpassing many of the Ivy League institutions.
This week’s Poetry Pairing matches “The Day” by Geoffrey Brock with the article “Tasty, and Subversive, Too” by Patricia Leigh Brown.
The Learning Network Blog: 6 Q's About the News | Baseball's First Pitch Is No Longer an Exclusive Honor
Who was baseball’s ceremonial first pitch reserved for in previous decades? How do teams regard the first pitch these days?
Do you use sunscreen when spending time in the sun? Are you particular about which sunscreen you use? How much do you trust your sunscreen?
In a move that could open online classes to 1.25 million students at public institutions, a California company is forming partnerships with 10 large state university systems.