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I’m a Millennial. And No, My Generation Doesn’t Have It Worse Than Others.
Have American millennials only known hardship? That seems to be the takeaway from a recent Wall Street Journal article. The report highlighted how millennials, some... Read More The post I’m a
English test students may have been wrongly accused, says watchdog
Home Office ‘did not have the expertise’ to check data used to accuse students of cheatingThe student accused by UK of cheating at EnglishA government watchdog has criticised the Home Office for
Polls: White Democrats Oppose Charter Schools More Than Black Democrats
Recently released education-centered polls reveal a sharp divide between black and white Democrats over support for charter schools.
Kirsten Gillibrand debuts 'Family Bill of Rights' to make raising kids a whole lot easier
New York Senator and 2020 hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand released an enormous “Family Bill of Rights” on Wednesday morning. Along with being an outspoken supporter of reproductive rights and abortion
Valchev: Teachers Should Inspire Children
We all rely on education, we put all our hopes on it. Education is the conversation about our children, because of it we believe in these bright future days. This was announced by the Minister of
I'm proud to back a University of London boycott – the outsourcing has to end | Dion Georgiou
This weekend academics should stand in solidarity with cleaners and security staff, and fight precarious employmentI have been organising seminars and events at the University of London’s iconic
Black students on a field trip said they were told ‘no food, no drink, no watermelon.’ Now the museum is apologizing.
Accusations of racism at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts have prompted a larger conversation about how elite cultural institutions can be uncomfortable spaces for people of color.
Aerial Photography Is Not as Easy as It Looks
With drone technology, aerial photography may seem easier than ever to achieve these days. However, to the discerning eye, the quality just isn't there sometimes. This leaves photographers with only a
Seven Things That Are Good to Know When Your Camera Has an Electronic Viewfinder
With an optical viewfinder, you are literally looking through the lens, so you see exactly what will be in the frame. Now, we have reached the realm of the electronic viewfinder, the EVF. But there
College scandal: This Bay Area student newspaper nixed a popular map of where seniors are bound for college
The school newspaper's editors said the traditional who's-going-where map -- a favorite of parents -- fostered a "toxic, comparison-driven culture."
Never Get Photographer's Block Again With These Seven Strategies
If you constantly struggle to come up with new ideas for your photography work, then your career could be in serious trouble. Try one of these seven strategies to help you get that next big idea and
Free Your Mind: 10 Missouri Eastern Prison Inmates Graduate College
Ten inmates from the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center made history Wednesday as the first graduates of Washington University’s Prison Education Project. Read more...
Remember the lunch lady fired for giving a boy a free meal? His mother now says she lied.
Bonnie Kimball was offered her job back after saying she was fired for giving away a single meal. Her former employer disputes that account.
This Santa Clara County school district just named a new superintendent
She has more than 30 years of education experience in Texas, California and Germany.
North Carolina Governor Under Fire for Proposing Freezing School Voucher Program
A billboard campaign in North Carolina is taking aim at Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper after his announcement proposing freezing a scholarship program that has benefited... Read More The post North
Former Delaware State Prof Loses Lawsuit Claiming He Was Fired for Being 'Too Black'
A former Delaware State University professor has lost a wrongful termination lawsuit in which he claimed that he was fired for being "too black."
Purdue PhD Student Claims He Was Forced Out of Program for His Christian Faith
A former Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University claims that he was forced out of the program for his Christian faith.
UC Santa Cruz fraternity dismissed following investigation into death of member
The UC Santa Cruz Police Department announced Friday on social media that Theta Chi was dismissed following an investigation into a death of one of its fraternity members.
Mountain View firm captures UC Davis’ ‘Big Bang!’ prize
A Mountain View entrepreneur who developed a device to help patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, captured the $20,000 first prize in the 19th annual Big Bang! Business
Grandmother says gun brought to Vallejo elementary school used to threaten 8-year-old boy
Denise Senior said her grandchild had a loaded gun pointed at his head by another 8-year-old in the restroom of his Vallejo elementary school, and she’s livid.