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Is speaking two languages a must for today’s students?

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Education | When Rachel Martinez-Regan graduated from Corvallis High School last month, her diploma had a little something extra—an embossed seal certifying that she is…

Are colleges headed for a campus housing bubble?

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Education | Smith College is selling an on-campus house for $1—but there’s a catch. The buyer must pay to move the historic mid-1800’s house off campus at an…

Teachers: Don’t judge us on Common Core standards

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Education | The District of Columbia public school system, one of the first in the country to evaluate teachers using student test scores, announced last week it would…

Court rules massive online book database doesn’t infringe copyrights

Court rules massive online book database doesn’t infringe copyrights

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Books | Looking for a particular book and want to search beyond your local library? Need to mine scholarly works about your research subject? Have a disability and…

England finds Islamist indoctrination in publicly funded schools

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Education | Investigators in England announced this week they had found proof of deliberate “Islamization” of schools in the town of Birmingham. The investigation…

The first lady’s food fight

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Education | First lady Michelle Obama is striking back at House Republicans over their efforts to introduce flexibility to healthy school meal standards, saying any…

Can free community colleges solve America’s education debt crisis?

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Education | As states including Tennessee, Oregon, and Mississippi consider providing free community college for students, critics say that such a program could create…

De Blasio pulls the plug on three charter schools

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Education | Earlier this month, newly-inaugurated New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio blocked three charter schools from using space inside public school buildings for…

Alzheimer’s patients teach medical students to remember compassion

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Education | At age 80, retired Chicago physician and educator Dan Winship is getting a bittersweet last chance to teach about medicine—only this time he’s the subject…

Northwestern football players try end run around NCAA rules with union bid

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Education | Northwestern University football players are advocating the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recognize them as university employees, which would form the…

Pigs and chickens save struggling Kansas school

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Education | The door to a hen house bursts open on a chilly winter day and several Kansas charter school students scramble inside, squealing “Thank you!” to the…

States regroup from Common Core backlash

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Education | Several states appear to be asking “What’s in a name?” with regard to the national Common Core standards for reading and math in public schools. In…

 
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