Middle-class high-schoolers aren’t getting any smarter, but their GPAs are rising — and that’s pushing their poor peers further behind.
Mary Lawlor has taught sixth-grade English for more than 20 years. For almost all of that time, she hated giving grades.
As she neared 24 straight hours of playing Dead Space, Kaitlyn Richelle watched in shock as a $250 donation flashed across her screen. "That’s the goal," she shouted. "That’s the tuition."
The headmaster of Brentwood Academy denied many of the allegations detailed in a lawsuit.
Conversations about Title IX tend to focus on college, but cases among younger students are abundant and often poorly handled.
Since the nineties, the share of Asians in Harvard’s freshman class has remained stable, while the percentage of Asians in the US population has more than doubled.
When Michael Deng, a college freshman, joined an Asian-American fraternity, he was looking for a sense of belonging and identity. Two months later he was dead.
Google fired software engineer James Damore on Monday after his 10-page anti-diversity screed went viral within the company.
"Getting this degree basically guaranteed that I wasn’t able to pursue it as a career because I immediately had to get a job to pay for the education I received.”
Michael Katze, a tenured microbiology professor, has been fired more than a year after the University of Washington investigated him for sexual harassment and misuse of funds.
An elite school uses the controversial game to teach life lessons.
The Department of Justice says it's looking into discrimination against Asian-Americans — and specifically a case that sounds a lot like a lawsuit against Harvard. Here's what's going on.
If you don't want to be mired in student debt, maybe avoid states like Ohio and New Hampshire and go chill and study in states like Hawaii (as if we needed any real reasons to want to go to Hawaii).
Tommy J Curry thought forcing a public discussion about race and violence was part of his job. It turned out that people didn’t want to hear it.
What’s lost when an education becomes a transaction.
Research shows that the lack of female-led athletic teams has consequences for both boys and girls.
Reporter Andrew Goldman discovers sexual harassment might have nothing to do with sex.
How parents are gerrymandering school borders and fencing out poor kids.
A black philosopher at Texas A&M thought forcing a public discussion about race and violence was his job. Turns out people didn’t want to hear it.
Not with a pop, but a hiss.
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