A teacher confronted the student, Daniel Barrow, on Thursday after seeing him in an online video with a gun, the police said. Mr. Barrow was arrested.
Tufts University clerics try to put Palestinian supporters and Friends of Israel in the same room. Who shows up?
Faced with declining enrollment and revenue, law schools are blending classroom and online instruction to try to attract new students.
Leavers’ cynical exploitation of the left-behind has shocked the remain camp. But Labour canvassers talking to their own side can prevail This is jitter week for those campaigning to remain in Europe. A series of polls put leave ahead, the
With one in seven couples facing problems conceiving, IVF expert Geeta Nargund is taking her message into the classroom The girls in year 10 at St Saviour’s and St Olave’s Church of England school in south London are listening intently
This year’s tests for year 6 pupils kicked off yesterday. We want to know from parents how it is going so far – and what you think of these exams It’s the one time in the primary school calendar that
The row over president Malia Bouattia goes to the heart of the role of student unions, often conscripted to help meet corporate aims The backlash against the newly elected president of the National Union of Students, Malia Bouattia, raises issues
Colleges are fine tuning their housing contracts to explicitly mention Airbnb. Here’s why.
Eleven practical teaching strategies we use every school day to help students engage with current events.
Student loans tend to be a necessary evil that many students encounter at some point in their college career. High interest rates, iron-clad contracts and terrible customer service tend to come with this student financing. Post graduation students find themselves faced