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After the Paris terrorist attack, House Speaker Paul Ryan declared that the United States cannot turn away the hundreds of thousands of Islamist migrants now being approved for visas to enter the United States. Ryan declared that it is not "appropriate" to consider the religious attitudes of would-be migrants seeking admission. - Paul Ryan | 2016 Presidential Race
In the early days of the Industrial Revolution, it’s been estimated that around 12% of the world's population was literate. Literacy rates increased throughout the 19th century, as people started moving from the countryside to towns and cities for the...
Sam Dogen of the Financial Samurai asked his readers Thursday if they’d take $1 million to attend — or send their kids to — public school over private school. Understandably, about 90% said, “absolutely!”
Parents and educators, especially in smaller, rural towns were reeling from the news that Puerto Rico plans to close about a quarter of its schools as a response to declining enrollment and reforms.
Students are prescribed anti-psychotic medication at 16 times the number of diagnoses, and mental health evaluation and counseling remain "grossly inadequate." These are but a few of the many ongoing violations at the Oakley and Columbia juvenile training schools, according to federal court monitor Joyce Burrell.
Can Two Candidates with Virtually No Name Recognition Take On South Jersey’s Most Entrenched Political Interests?
Lecturing isn't the best way to teach and engage students. So why do so many faculty members still do it?
Charlayne Hunter-Gault on her experiences at the University of Georgia, fifty-four years ago.
Lincoln Caplan on the Connecticut Judge Thomas G. Moukawsher’s sweeping ruling declaring that the state is failing students.
A new study found that male college students expressed greater confidence in their own abilities than their female peers.
List was provided to campus community by university provost March 2.
Cases of language loss and recovery bring up an intriguing paradox. If two languages are stored in the brain, how can it be that a person can lose one of them, but not the other, and then gain one back without relearning it? The traditional models of how a language is represented in the brain suggest that languages can become inaccessible, even though they are not entirely lost.
For students facing financial obstacles, college loans can be lifeline to help pay for a degree. Here are the expenses student loans can help you pay for.
IIE Releases Open Doors 2017 Data
In the "future of news" conversations, television news — especially local — can sometimes be overlooked. But it's still a vital source of journalism for communities across the United States.
The Knight Foundation announced today that it is boosting local TV news with $2.6 million a…
Charlayne Hunter-Gault writes about desegregating the University of Georgia and how the history of the civil-rights movement holds lessons for those standing up for gun control today.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault, who, along with Hamilton Holmes, was one of the first African-American students to attend the University of Georgia, recalls meeting Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Atlanta, in 1961.
Jiayang Fan writes about the new documentary “Maineland," by Miao Wang, which captures the dreams and anxieties of wealthy Chinese teens at an American boarding school.
Two professors resign from MassArt following harassment allegations. Are art schools taking a harder line against professors in era of Me Too? Are academic and artistic freedom at risk?
Congress triples federal funding for low-income student parents, and advocates welcome the support -- the first new investment in years -- but say much more is needed.