Black Teachers Improve Outcomes for Black Students

BLACK STUDENTS WHO HAVE just one black teacher in elementary school are more likely to graduate and more likely to enroll in college – and...

American Education Week celebrated at Rustin

The public was invited as the West Chester Area School District celebrated American Education Week, during a breakfast, at Rustin High School, last week. “This...

American Education Week Kicks off at John Marshall High School

Today marks the kick off for American Education Education week across the nation. Schools everywhere including here in the Ohio Valley will celebrate next week. Secondary...

U.S. Department of Education tours Bay and Jackson County schools

The United States Department of Education (DOE) is taking action to help schools affected by Hurricane Michael. Assistant Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education, Frank...

Education Ballot Measure Fails, Marijuana Too Close to Call

 Utah voters rejected a ballot measure Tuesday that would have boosted education funding through a gas tax in a state that has the lowest per...

Colorado Voters Considering Tax Hike to Fund Education

Voters are once again deciding whether to raise income tax rates to fund public education in Colorado — the third such ballot measure in the tax-averse...

How Gender Influences College Admissions

When it comes to college admissions decisions, there is one factor that influences the decision-making process that college hopefuls may not realize: gender. "I have...

Higher education resources

OER Promotes Student Success  Open educational resources (OER) not only save students money, they produce significant benefits in instruction and student learning experiences, according to...

Scores on Georgia’s redesigned school report card released

Scores on Georgia’s redesigned education report card released Monday show high schools faring the worst under the new model. State education officials say the revised...

State Education Panel Meeting to Discuss Test Scores, Budget

The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will be holding its regular meeting at its Malden headquarters. The agenda for Tuesday's meetings includes discussion...

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The Best Old-School Hotels on New York’s Upper East Side

There aren’t many places in the world impervious to time and trend—places whose identities are as reliable and consistent as a neighborhood bistro. But...
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What reward does one buy after winning at the gambling tables in Las Vegas or sitting through an excruciatingly dull convention there? A Rolex? A designer...
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If you want to lose weight, for one, breakfast may not actually be that important after all. A recent meta-analysis in the BMJ investigating the effect of...

How a 27-Year-Old CEO Built a Near $1 Billion Fashion Startup

Zilingo Pte’s path to becoming a fashion platform with a valuation approaching $1 billion began in December 2014 when Ankiti Bose, then an analyst...

Denver teacher strike: ‘If they don’t pay us, shut it down!’ What to know...

DENVER – When Jenna Jones told her third-graders why she planned to join a teacher strike Monday, several students at the predominately low-income school...