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The maker movement started out flashy, bringing 3-D printers into classrooms around the world. Now, it’s about meeting student and community needs.
Bed-bound mannequins that can bleed, blink and give birth (there’s even a realistic placenta); VR goggles to see what a polyp actually looks like.
A public interest group tested 27 back-to-school products and found dangerous chemicals in four of them.
Ramabai traveled around India in the 19th century to give lectures on women’s emancipation and established one of the country’s first women’s shelters and schools.
The comics writer's new Wonder Woman arc asks if war, and the violence it begets, can ever be just.
A wave of teacher walkouts helped candidates ride to victory. But when it came to raising state taxes, voters in red and purple states rebelled.
A lawsuit against Harvard has spurred a national discussion over affirmative action. To one former professor and one congressman, the debate reminds them of another 30 years ago.
As a Southern youth he was “a white oppressor,” he said. But he had an awakening, and became a pioneer in making a racial mix a college admissions goal.
Most readers haven’t noticed or been worried by omitted details or factual mistakes in the book. But is there a greater imperative for novels about the Holocaust to get basic facts correct?
A scientist’s unfettered curiosity leads him to investigate the physics at work in some very odd corners of the natural world.
The rapidly growing demand for skills in artificial intelligence is so high that it is upending educational programs across the country.
Finding ways to get students to connect early with career services support has become a goal at many colleges and universities around the country.
Community colleges are relying more and more on technology to help their students succeed.
James T. Brady stepped down after widespread criticism over the board’s recommendation that Maryland’s football coach keep his job.
These writers chronicle discrimination against Jews in the decades since the Holocaust, including under Trump’s presidency.
From saving soap to erasing the darkness, their projects bring solutions throughout the world.
More than 6.3 million students took at least one distance education course in the fall of 2016, 31.6 percent of all higher education enrollments.
P-Tech schools team up with business to provide lower-income students with much-needed STEM skills and even a job at IBM if they want one.
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