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More than a dozen years ago, Libya's Colonel Qaddaffii prophetically pointed out that America didn't belong to Americans anymore, it belonged to the whole world: All... [Read More]
Poor children fall behind pupils from better-off families when they are at secondary school, even if they have out-performed their classmates at primary school, a... [Read More]
Institute for Fiscal Studies warns spending per pupil is to fall 6.5% over course of this parliament, with sixth-formers facing continued squeeze on budgets... [Read More]
Views of majority of adults in poll increases pressure on government to make sex education compulsory in schools... [Read More]
The Idaho Falls City Council has voted to accept a $500,000 donation to build an education center at the Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautpheus Park. [Read More]
Led Cardinals to their first regional title since 1992. [Read More]
A thrilling finish to the Tasman secondary schools touch championships saw Garin College narrowly miss out on South Island qualification. [Read More]
BASKETBALL Nashua Catholic hoop teams each place 1st The Nashua Catholic boys and girls basketball teams both... [Read More]
If Project Lorax goes according to plan, Johnson City Schools could be filled with students who care a whole awful lot. Project Lorax —... [Read More]
Enid Public Schools continues to need community partners who will offer free Wi-Fi to students. [Read More]
Taya Rau, an 8-year-old second grader from Mapleton Elementary, loves playing chess games with her father. Those games are helping prep her for tournaments like... [Read More]
Things arguably got a little embarrassing for NBC moderator Chuck Todd during Sunday's Meet the Press, after Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton had to explain to... [Read More]
Starting in the fall, students leaving elementary bilingual programs will have a second middle school option in Boulder to continue learning in Spanish. [Read More]
City Saver celebrated the conclusion of the fundraiser with a Mega Party for 300 students. [Read More]
The Long Read: An extraordinary number of Britain's elite studied philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford. But does it produce an out-of-touch ruling class? [Read More]
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Steven Markow jokes that a product of Betsy DeVos's stewardship as Secretary of Education writes a thank-you note exhibiting the depths of his schooling. [Read More]
"I love the poorly educated!"|— Donald Trump... [Read More]