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Canceled Events Because of Coronavirus List
Public gatherings have been banned in many places. Sporting events have been canceled. Here’s a look at some major events around the world that have been affected by the new coronavirus.
2020-03-12 00:07:54
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Rules Eased on Colleges Seeking to Close Their Campuses Amid Outbreak
The Education Department is offering colleges and universities flexibility on higher education rules as campus closures have begun to cascade.
2020-03-11 03:48:07
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From Swastika Selfies to Lessons on Nazism
Deeply worried by the surge in episodes of anti-Semitism, Holocaust and Jewish museums are working to use history to combat bigotry.
2020-03-09 20:45:18
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She Was Excited for a New School. Then the Anti-Semitic ‘Jokes’ Started.
First, a deeply offensive photo. Three students’ college plans were soon derailed, and a community closed ranks.
2020-03-08 01:31:41
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Veterans Are Working, but Not in Jobs That Match Their Advanced Training
Like most Americans, veterans have benefited from a robust labor market. But skills learned in combat do not always translate to private-sector jobs.
2020-03-07 20:02:17
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The Bleak Job Landscape of Adjunctopia for Ph.D.s
Ruthless labor exploitation? Generational betrayal? Understanding the job crisis in academia requires a look at recent history.
2020-03-06 16:38:22
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How Poetry Shakes Up the National Desk’s Morning Meetings
A good poem can jolt our minds into thinking about the country’s most important stories in unexpected ways, our National editor writes.
2020-03-05 17:09:23
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Education Dept. Reverses Plan to Cut Rural School Funding
The reversal, which followed a bipartisan backlash, will last for only a year unless Congress permanently changes the program’s eligibility requirements.
2020-03-05 04:05:19
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‘Fire Carranza!’: Why Asian-Americans Are Targeting Schools Chief
Protesters say the New York chancellor’s integration agenda harms their children, but he responds that it would benefit “all cultures and all ethnic groups.”
2020-03-04 00:53:20
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Carmen Herrera Mural to Grace East Harlem
The artist’s design will be executed by students from Publicolor, an arts and education program, and Manhattan East School for Arts and Academics.
2020-03-03 21:58:29
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Education Dept. to Cut Off Federal Funding for Some Rural Schools
A bookkeeping change at the department will cut thousands of dollars in aid to some of the poorest, most isolated schools in the country.
2020-03-01 02:33:36
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DeVos Orders U.S.C. to Address ‘Systemic Failures’ Over Arrested Gynecologist
The Education Department demanded that the University of Southern California overhaul the way it addresses sexual misconduct charges and offer remedies to the doctor’s patients.
2020-02-28 02:35:21
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Creating Connections
A career center at Brooklyn College provides “the aunts and uncles, the friends of the family that these kids don’t have.”
2020-02-23 02:04:42
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In College and Homeless
At community colleges, many students are spending nights on friends’ couches or sleeping in cars. Advocates are pushing for solutions, including safer places to park overnight.
2020-02-21 21:27:19
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U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less
Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determine financial need.
2020-02-21 15:32:47
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On College Campuses, Social Media Provides Private Spaces for Thousands
Students want to share real life as it happens, from worries over midterms to concerns about global warming.
2020-02-21 13:21:35
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New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations
The lawsuit says that Google, the top tech brand in public schools, used its educational products to spy on students.
2020-02-21 01:47:50
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Bringing a New Vibe to the Classroom
Some educators are experimenting with their approaches to teaching to make course materials more relevant to various cultures and communities.
2020-02-20 18:51:02
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The #MeToo Balancing Act in High School
Many boys and young men think the movement is essential for girls and women, but struggle with how they fit into it.
2020-02-20 18:50:06
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So You Got Financial Aid for College. But How Do You Pay for the Rest of It?
More families are now struggling to fill the tuition gap after their financial aid falls short, forcing them to make some difficult decisions.
2020-02-20 12:00:28
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