Need to ask a question before class? Here's what you need to know before you hit "send."…
By Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed
Contrary to regulatory rollbacks in many other environmental areas, the administration has called dealing with lead contamination in drinking water a priority.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
Schools and nonprofits are trying to address what they see as a growing problem, as more children need eyeglasses but can’t afford them or haven't been tested.
By Deema Zein, Mahlia Posey
Standardized admission tests “have lost their luster as a common yardstick.”…
By Alina Tugend, The Hechinger Report
By Hari Sreenivasan, Cat Wise
Like many college students, 19-year-old Jimmy Rodriguez has a lot on his plate. But unlike most of his peers, Rodriguez, a DACA beneficiary, is pursuing a degree and a future in a country he may one day be forced to…
"I’ve always thought that seeing is believing,” said Dr. Elizabeth Wayne, a biomedical engineer. In her career, that’s meant innovating new ways of showing people what happens in the body, but also, as a black woman in the sciences, the…
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs said in her decision that Harvard's admissions process is "not perfect" but passes constitutional muster.
By Nsikan Akpan
Some kids are scared about global warming. A psychologist, a pediatrician and a school counselor give advice on how to talk about kids' climate anxiety.
By Jackie Mader, The Hechinger Report
Toddlers often are unable to understand that the person on the screen is real, relevant and represents an actual adult, one researcher said.
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