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Latest Education Items
Parents say they want their children to be empathetic and considerate of others, but can accidentally send their children the opposite message, leading a majority of youth to believe that personal success is worth more than being kind or honest
Bill Gates is pushing hard on education, and putting money where his mouth is. Not everyone is happy with it. He's the driving force behind Parent Revolution, the godfather of the parent trigger, and the Common Core.
New research runs against the grain of popular belief, saying that helping your kids with homework is detrimental to their education.
A black student body president who attended a high school in one of the wealthiest areas of the nation was pressed to resign from her leadership role after she posted a picture of herself in a Yale University sweatshirt on Instagram, mocking her rich, white classmates. A black student body president in New Jersey who attended a high school in one of the nation's wealthiest areas was pressured to resign after posting a picture on Instagram of herself in a Yale sweatshirt, mocking her rich, white classmates.
With emotional education, anyone without training can still learn. It is a skill, not a gift. It is a way of doing interpersonal business in which, with effort and some tutelage, a person can become an expert.
Students at the University of Las Vegas are asking Hillary Clinton to return the "outrageous" $225,000 speaking fee she reportedly will receive for a speech she's scheduled to give at the school in October.
The National Council on Teacher Quality thinks colleges that educate teachers do a horrible job of it and hope to change that by issuing detailed ratings, but critics question whether the new ratings have any solid grounding.
Education reformers are asking for the U.S. to follow the teacher qualifications found in Finland and Singapore.
Studies from the U.K. and Tasmania show that the more creative "text speak" children use while texting, the better they perform on spelling and grammar tests.