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The average American school day is only six and a half hours long, but teachers spend much longer grading papers, coaching sports, and other tasks.
67% of college students say they’ve had to buy a book written by their professor, and some are fed up with lining their prof’s pockets
Professors assigning their own books can give off the impression they are profiting off their students or biasedly selecting course material.
Some campuses take their traditions more seriously than others, hosting delightfully bizarre events and displaying puzzling works of art.
There can only be one person that actually knows how to juggle at any given meeting, or two at the absolute most. Any more would break the simulation.
A Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist has been ordered to pay $450,000 to a dad he accused of faking his son’s death
The court's judgment and the hefty payout are the latest in a string of lawsuit victories for the families of mass shooting victims suing harassers.
A 15-year-old tried to raise awareness about sexual assault at her school. The school responded by suspending her for ‘bullying’.
A suit filed by the ACLU says the school violated the student's first amendment freedom of speech rights and pressured her to rat out her friends.
After Alibaba, Jack Ma’s next project could be creating schools that teach children how to ‘be human’
He suggested the education system be changed to teach children how to "be a human" in the AI era.
Lambda School is Silicon Valley’s big bet on reinventing education and making student debt obsolete. But students say it’s a ‘cult...
Students at the coding bootcamp Lambda School report being brushed off, ignored, or even kicked out when reporting critical feedback or harassment.
Harvard has produced more ultra-wealthy people than any other college in the world — but only 7% are women. Here are the top 20 US colleges with...
Harvard tops both the US and global lists of universities which have produced the most ultra-high net worth alumni — but only 7% of them are women.
Elliot Phillips traveled 700 miles across the country to try out for the University of Michigan's marching band.