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10 things you didn’t realize teachers have to buy with their own money

Most teachers purchase books for classroom libraries, musical instruments and toys, and organizational bins for supplies.
Rebekah Neumann oversaw WeGrow, which had about 100 students and cost up to $42,000.

WeWork’s school is closing at the end of the academic year as the company ditches passion projects to stem its huge losses

WeGrow had about 100 students, with tuition costing up to $42,000. The school was overseen by Rebekah Neumann.
University of Michigan students.

The secret to my success: A University of Michigan nursing student shares the college essays that helped get her get accepted

To get into the University of Michigan, students have to answer three separate personal essays. One current student shares two of hers.

What school lunch looks like in 19 countries around the world

Students in England might eat spongecake, while those in France are served salmon and carrots. Here is what school lunch looks like around the world.

With teen vaping at all time high, schools are turning to ‘vape detectors’ to snuff out secret smokers

Some of these devices can send alerts to school officials, telling them the precise location of smoker on campus.

A high school teacher in Mexico has been suspended after he allegedly forced students to wear cardboard boxes on their heads to stop them from cheatin...

Parents said the practice violated the students' human rights. The school claimed the boxes were part of a "dynamic exercise."

An Indiana high school student says classmates assaulted him for being gay and sent a video of the attack to his mother

Former students have spoken out, alleging intolerance towards LGBTQ people at the school is nothing new.

These 20 states have the most experienced public school teachers

Research shows experienced teachers can lead to better outcomes for students. INSIDER found the top 20 states with the most experienced teachers.

Nervous about paying for school? We had 4 experts tell us the secret to avoiding crippling college debt

INSIDER spoke to college coaches, academics, and social workers to find out some of the best ways to avoid college debt.
First grade students at at Takinogawa Elementary School in Tokyo, Japan.

What school looks like in 20 countries around the world

Education is a crucial resource for kids around world, despite the differences between cramped classrooms without electricity and private institutions with pressed uniforms.