“You would have those days when you would just ask, ‘Why am I doing this?’ It’s so hard.”

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The panel would operate apart from the mayor and emphasize data, not politics.

"The belief that there is a 'right' and 'left' (and right and wrong) way to teach our subjects betrays the foundations of our university system.”

Data on discipline is routinely collected in K-12 schools but not in higher education.

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How to save your family by not trying so hard, or so early. In other words, have some fun.

While software development skills are still desired by employers, a skill far more in demand is the ability to communicate.

Teaching and research assistants at Harvard University have voted to join the United Auto Workers union, in a second election that caps a contentious fight over graduate students gaining a seat at the bargaining table.

Randa Jarrar told her critics she couldn't be fired. Others are not so sure.

A strike would start on Thursday, April 26.

Students walked out of their schools and gathered for protests calling for an end to gun violence Friday, the 19th anniversary of the school shooting in Columbine, Colo.

Temple University officials said they were investigating multiple allegations involving the school's Alpha Epsilon Pi chapter.

The agency will assist Prince George’s County police in a forensic examination of data from the device.

A survivor of the 1999 Columbine school shooting tells a younger generation how to make their voices heard.

But it's not bears that school officials fear.

Maya Angelou Schools serves D.C. youths involved in the juvenile justice system.

Friday is the latest demonstration of student-led activism against gun violence.

It's the newest move by gun-control advocates to pressure companies to end links with gun manufacturers and the gun lobby.

The school is reeling from a scandal about vile videos made by a now-suspended fraternity.

Educator lauded for her lively classroom and skill in helping students with special needs.

Cynthia Vaillancourt of Ellicott City is suing to restore her private disability benefits.

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