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The annual report by the University of Central Florida's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport found that the graduation success rate is ...The disparity between graduation rates for white and black players at schools headed to bowl games grew again this year even as overall academic progress increased for both, a study released Monday found.
Whu sayz yur kidz can't spell? Credit: Getty ImagesThis is nothing to :) about or LOL over. Time magazine, citing a paper just released by the ...Study reveals kids are stupid, but puts it more politely.
How lucky is the Year of the Golden Pig when kids can't get into kindergarten? Credit: Getty ImagesTradition says babies born during the Year of ...The year of the Golden Pig babies could mean overcrowding in South Korean kindergartens.
Sardines or students? Credit: Getty ImagesAre there too many kids in your child's classroom? If so, they've got company. School districts in ...School districts in Florida and New York and across the country are struggling with a growing problem -- too many kids and too few desks
Are tenured teachers "untouchable?" Credit: Corbis Education is always a hot topic. Right now, teacher tenure is taking a lot of ...New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wants to eliminate tenure, which he says will make it easier to get rid of teachers that are not doing a good job. What do you think?
Connecticut parents are outraged when offensive words appear on their kids' homework. Credit: Getty Images You ...Homework on controversial literature proves, uh, controversial.
Professor Susan Gibbs Goetz video tapes her former student, Jasmine Zeppa who teaches her class. Credit: APST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Standing ...A new licensing system is being tested in 19 states that includes filming student teachers in their classroom and evaluating the video, also candidates must show they can prepare a lesson, tailor it to different levels of students and present it effectively.