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Hide the chocolate milk behind the plain milk. Get those apples and oranges out of stainless steel bins and into pretty baskets. Cash only for desserts.
D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee will step down Wednesday as head of the city's troubled public school system, ending a 3½-year tenure during which she became a symbol of urban education reform nationally but a deeply polarizing figure in the city she served.
The candidates in Maryland's tight gubernatorial race squared off Monday in their first debate, focusing on the economy, taxes and who is better suited to boost job creation in the state.
Students who go abroad while in college are likely to increase or even double their alcohol intake while they're away, a new study has found.
Sladjana Vidovic's body lay in an open casket, dressed in the sparkly pink dress she had planned to wear to the prom. Days earlier, she tied one end of a rope around her neck and the other around a bed post before jumping out her bedroom window.
A federal judge ordered a North Carolina school to admit a 14-year-old high school student suspended for wearing a nose piercing she says is part of her religion, and the teenager headed to science class Friday afternoon.
For Europe's 10 million to 12 million Roma, as Gypsies are also known, a central factor in their impoverishment is poor access to education, with problems ranging from late starts to early dropouts, from segregated schools in Eastern Europe to the systematic misdiagnosis of mental disabilities.
Do public school teachers get tenure just by breathing? It's a claim made by a charter school leader in the education documentary "Waiting for 'Superman,'" which places much of the blame for bad schools nationwide on union rules that protect incompetent teachers.
Actor Johnny Depp has shocked pupils at a London school by answering a fan letter and visiting them dressed as his character from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie series.