This Teacher Tearfully Resigned At A Live Stream Where Students Were Watching And Her Message Is Important
"Teaching is like a bad marriage. You never get your needs met, but you stay in it for the kids." Amanda said that several years ago — before she worked for the Shawnee Mission district — severe educational
This college was accredited by a DeVos-sanctioned group. We couldn’t find evidence of students or faculty.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Reagan National University was supposed to be a place of higher learning, but it was unclear how it awarded degrees. By all appearances, at present, it has no students, no faculty no
I don't use rewards like toys, candy, or money to motivate my child. I find that without treats and prizes, she gains more self-confidence and better values her personal achievements. But I didn't always
The math wizards at Numberphile have brought back an age-old multiplying algorithm known as halves and doubles, peasant math, Egyptian math, or—as math presenter Johnny Ball describes it—Russian multiplying.
University of Texas professor Bo Mao is the latest defendant in a string of U.S. criminal cases alleging Chinese spying in the academic world. It was a brazen scheme to steal another company's product,
Evidence continues to accumulate showing the relationship between advanced education and economic prosperity and social well-being. Education remains key to expanded career opportunities and significant
We are at the beginning of a 4th industrial revolution and educators are faced with preparing a generation of students for many jobs that don’t even exist yet. Since the term STEM (science, technology,
Wealth inequality has been on the rise for decades. Since the 1980s, nearly all of the rise is due to the increase in wealth of the top 0.1% of families. The share of wealth owned by those families rose
Betsy DeVos has become accustomed to hostile audiences. The House of Representatives’ education committee earlier this month was no exception. “When you approach a public school, you are protested,” the
This fall, there were nearly 250,000 fewer students enrolled in college than a year ago, according to new numbers out Monday from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, which tracks college