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...

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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...

Education Officials Make Effort to Reduce School Absenteeism

 Oregon education officials are launching a campaign to reduce school absenteeism, which is considered a significant reason for the state's low graduation rate and unimpressive...

US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to speak at FFA Convention Friday

United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will speak at the FFA Convention in Indianapolis Friday. DeVos will be joined by Assistant Secretary for Career, Technical...

Across the World, Where Kids Go to School Matters

POLICYMAKERS AND politicians spend a lot of time wagging fingers over stubborn education achievement gaps in the U.S., lamenting especially the educational level of poor...

Massachusetts to Kick off Week Highlighting STEM Education

 Massachusetts is kicking off a week of activities highlighting the importance of teaching young people about science, technology, engineering and math — also known as...

2019 Best Global Universities Rankings Coming Oct. 30

For the fifth year, U.S. News will produce rankings to help guide students exploring higher education options outside of their home country. On Tuesday, Oct....

Re-evaluating Laptops in the Classroom

BACK IN 2011, THE Mooresville, N.C., school district was the toast of the ed tech community – acclaimed as a shining example of how laptop...

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5 Frozen Food Doesn’t Have to Be Unhealthy Anymore

Now there is no need to bother or late when you want to eat fast food. Frozen food of Indonesia is the solution, just...

Is it too soon for AI in the education landscape?

Earlier this year, the UK Education Secretary called for the IT industry to work with educators to make “smarter use” of technologies, such as...

Harsh weather, House Dems subpoena Trump associates: 5 things you need to know Monday

A wave of harsh weather rolls across the nation A series of recent, massive storms that conspired with a fresh push of Arctic air have...

A Promise of Improbably Light Fried Fish in the Bronx

The sign says Millie Peartree Fish Fry & Soul Food, which is both a name and a promise. A fish fry is an event, whether held...
These are the 10 black men in University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's first year class at their "White Coat Ceremony,"

After decades of effort, African-American enrollment in medical school still lags

WASHINGTON – Gabriel Felix is on track to graduate from Howard University's medical school in May. The 27-year-old from Rockland County, N.Y., has beaten the odds...