Education

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Becoming a child again

By Chelsea Boes
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Media | Every day when my husband Jonathan comes home from work, he asks me what I wrote about that day. I never give the same answer twice. For example: “Today I…

Teaching on demand

By Joy Pullmann
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Education | A market-based pay scale could solve the ‘teacher shortage’ problem

College math

College math

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Higher Education | High cost plus low value equals a brewing storm for higher education

Feds give Chicago school 30 days to let boy use girls’ locker room

By Lynde Langdon
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Transgenderism | The federal government told a suburban Chicago school district this week it has 30 days to comply with demands for transgender equality or be punished. A…

High school coach put on leave after refusing to stop on-field prayers

By Leigh Jones
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Religious Liberty | The high school football coach who refused to stop praying on the field after Bremerton, Wash., school district officials ordered him to, has been placed on…

Chicago schools in standoff with feds over same-sex locker rooms

Chicago schools in standoff with feds over same-sex locker rooms

By Sarah Padbury
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Transgenderism | A united Chicago school board is fighting an order from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) to allow a transgender student full…

Principal suppresses student election results for being too white

By Leslie Beggs
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Education | After a middle-school student election earlier this month in San Francisco, Principal Lena Van Haren would not report the results because the ethnic breakdown…

Private coding boot camps draw public attention, funding

By Wayne Stender
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Education | A new model for training computer programmers has investors salivating, and the Department of Education might be one of them as the industry looks to grow by…

Midday Roundup: Nevada sidelines daily fantasy sports

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | All bets off. The federal government is putting the quickly growing online fantasy sports industry under the microscope. The Justice Department is examining…

Why do South Korean teachers get the rock star treatment?

By Laura Edghill
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Education | A recent documentary shares a rare view inside the grueling, hyper-competitive world of the South Korean educational system, where the most successful…

Prison education cuts recidivism, but who should pay for it?

By Wayne Stender
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Corrections | In absence of state funding, private donors are stepping in to support a movement by Cornell University to educate prison inmates and cut recidivism. Since…

At home among the foreign yet familiar

By Angela Lu
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Taiwan | A twentysomething Taiwanese-American returns to her mother’s homeland

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