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Apple’s new iPad for schools is nearly impossible to repair

Schools may need to pay Apple or repair specialists to do routine maintenance.

Apple just introduced a new iPad aimed at teachers and students — take a look

Apple announced the new iPad at an education event in Chicago.

An education startup you’ve never heard of is now in 70% of US school districts

The startup Kiddom is quickly enticing teachers across the US with the "personalized learning" model.
Robert Hull designed the Gohar Khatoon Girls' School in Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan.

3 of the most beautiful schools in the world

The American Institute of Architects just announced the winners of its annual 2018 Honor Awards, considered the highest achievement in architecture.
Shane Feldman, an undercover high school student on the documentary series "Undercover High." Most people wouldn't dare relive their high school experiences. These people did.

7 young adults went undercover as high-school students and found that life as a teenager today is nothing like they remember

Seven young adults went undercover as students at a Kansas high school for the A&E documentary series "Undercover High."

Baltimore residents are resorting to GoFundMe to heat their freezing public schools

Baltimore students have been wrapping themselves in blankets and heavy coats inside their classrooms to cope with the lack of heat.

‘I did not mean to spread misinformation’: Actress Jenna Fischer issues apology for tweeting outdated information about the GOP tax bill

Actor Jenna Fischer tweeted out a lengthy apology on Wednesday for inaccurately claiming that the GOP tax bill eliminated a deduction for teachers.
Your teacher probably didn't tell you what George Washington's dentures were really made out of.

9 ‘facts’ you learned in school that are no longer true

George Washington's teeth aren't what you think.

8 reasons Finland’s education system puts the US model to shame

Finland's repeated success in national education rankings means there are at least a few lessons the US can learn.

The world is engulfed in a ‘learning crisis’ — but it’s not too late to save students

Although students are physically going to school, a quarter of a billion aren't learning anything.