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...

How the New IRS Rules Affect Student Loan Benefits

More companies are rolling out different types of student loan repayment perks to recruit millennial and Gen Z employees who are saddled with debt. "Over the last...

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WSSU, Novant Health begin physical therapy residency program Winston-Salem State University and Novant Health are working together to create the first physical therapy residency program...

Florida education news: Civics lessons, vouchers, bus safety and more

CAMPAIGN PLEDGES: A chorus of Florida politicians, headed by Republican candidate for governor Ron DeSantis, have said they want to put the U.S. Constitution "back...

USA TODAY partnering with CBS to find education solutions across America: Standards editor

As journalists, readers demand that we quickly learn topics: Why did the space shuttle explode? Why did that bridge collapse? How can dangerous teachers...

Oregon GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Lays Out Education Plan

The Republican candidate seeking to become Oregon's governor unveiled his education plan on Friday, in which he would seek a minimum 15 percent funding increase...

New York Schools To Begin Mental Health Education Classes

At the top of July 2018, New York State (NYS) required public schools to implement a mental health segment within the curriculum. With the...

Florida College Road Trip: University of Florida

Growing up in Ocala, Mario Agosto owned a University of Florida Gators hoodie and hat and was certainly familiar with the public university about 40 miles from...

Colorado College Helps Dreamers Afford Higher Education

Colorado Mountain College launched an innovative initiative Thursday to help Dreamers fund their college education. Dreamers, or those eligible for the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals...

Ansonia Board of Ed. Discusses Possible Dress Code Changes

A parent raised concerns about the dress code at last week's board of education meeting. On Tuesday afternoon, the Ansonia Board of Education Policy...

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MIT’s new robot can identify things by sight and by touch

For humans, it's easy to predict how an object will feel by looking at it or tell what an object looks like by touching...

Want To Sleep Better? These 7 Foods May Help, Dietitian-Approved

Getting enough sleep (more than seven hours) helps us feel energized and ready for the next day, but beyond that, sleep is essential for...

11 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late June

With the 50th anniversary of the lunar landings coming up next month, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the vast canon of Apollo...

Why do processed foods cause obesity?

New York: Chips, soda and frozen pizzas tend to be full of salt, sugar and fat, but now scientists are trying to understand if...

Does Meryl Streep Have the Most Oscar Nominations of All Time?

After a blockbuster Season One of HBO’s Big Little Lies, everyone attached to the limited series likely considered it impossible to top. Liane Moriarty,...