Education

Supreme Court Backs Payments to Student-Athletes in N.C.A.A. Case

The trial judge, Justice Gorsuch wrote approvingly, “enjoined only restraints on education-related benefits — such as those limiting scholarships for…

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George Clooney’s Next Project: A Public High School in Los Angeles

“What we realized at the U.S.C. academy is that to be more effective, we have to get to these kids…

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No Witchcraft, but Specter of Covid Shaped a Classroom in Salem, Mass.

SALEM, Mass. — It was late April at Witchcraft Heights Elementary School, and Roneline Ramoutarsingh was still feeling nervous about…

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Man’s Long-Delayed Quest for Degree Leads to Joint Graduation With Son

“I always apologized,” he said, “and I was like, ‘All right, professor, so you know I’m in this body shop…

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Emory Apologizes to Medical School Applicant Rejected Because He Was Black

More than six decades after Marion Hood was rejected by Emory University’s School of Medicine, he received another letter from…

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What Are Your Spelling Bee Memories?

Rhonchus. Welkin. Groupuscule. Motmot. Those are just a few of the words that have stumped some of the best spellers…

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A School District Got Rid of Columbus Day. It Didn’t Stop There.

A month ago, the school board in a northern New Jersey suburb followed the lead of at least six other…

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Could the U.S. Have Saved More Lives? 5 Alternate Scenarios for the Vaccine Rollout

There is much to celebrate about America’s vaccine rollout. The government bet big on vaccines, committing to buying millions of…

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Scholarly Groups Condemn Laws Limiting Teaching on Race

A coalition of more than six dozen scholarly and educational groups has signed onto a statement decrying the spread of…

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Two Team Photos, One Difference: The Cheerleader With Down Syndrome

Morgyn Arnold is a natural cheerleader. She grew up supporting her six older siblings at sporting events in Utah and…

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