After a stint in Silicon Valley, entrepreneur Bel Pesce is teaching Brazilians to embrace innovation one download at a time
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[time-anchor title="By Alexandra Sifferlin"] In spring 2014, parents in the normally progressive Bay Area city of Fremont, California, started a campaign to get...
The conversation about what to teach and when shifted in the 1980s
Mexicans stand by their missing students, refusing to move on and look away this time
Our culture of praise and positivity encourages the status quo, but doesn't really do us much service
A federation of private schools accuses Malala of being against Islam
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Ferguson Braces for the Worst Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon laid out steps to maintain order in the St. Louis area, amid fears that violence could greet a grand jury’s...
Hold your horses, Sajak
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Two new reports argue for in-school mental health screenings
The man who helped win free agency for NFL and NBA players is seeking the same for college athletes
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This simple change will not eliminate sexual assault on our nation’s campuses. But it's a start.
This has been a good year for hackers. To date, businesses, medical centers, banks and schools have suffered some 578 data breaches, exposing over 76 million...
These desks cost only 20 cents to produce and are making a huge difference for schoolchildren
Consent and lack of consent can look the same
Two town meetings, two very different kinds of despair
Schools aren’t helping the students that really need it