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Alumnae of the women’s school Finch College, which closed in 1975, still gather regularly to reminisce about high jinks and distribute scholarships.
Sixty-six university presidents took home more than $1 million in 2015, according to a new analysis by The Chronicle of Higher Education. (Image credit: Veronica Grech/Getty Images/Ikon Images)
If the Federal Communications Commission chooses to repeal net neutrality regulations, it could affect access to the Internet for schools across the country. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks to Richard Culatta, CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education, about
The country’s education minister says the strict rules are a matter of public health. But some teachers and parents call it a losing battle. (Image credit: Patrick Hertzog/AFP/Getty Images)
Tulsa, Okla., has been the focus of much debate over the long-term benefits of preschool. The most recent findings by Georgetown University researchers are another strong endorsement for early ed. (Image credit: Chelsea Beck/NPR)
Keaton Jones’ story spread online and across the nation, with his sister, Lakyn Jones, acting as his representative and fielding thousands of offers of support.
A group of middle schoolers are returning to class for the first time since Hurricane Maria hit the island in September. They’re sharing a school with high schoolers, and that worries some parents. (Image credit: José Jiménez-Tirado for NPR)
Lyft is offering education benefits, a move aimed at recruiting and retaining drivers in its competition with Uber. But it raises a question about what these companies owe their workforces. (Image credit: Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Lyft)
A new proposed curriculum for Hong Kong schools is missing key parts of modern Chinese history. The struggle over education is the latest battle with China over how the city is governed. (Image credit: Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)
The tax overhaul making its way though Congress includes some provisions that worry Jose Adames, president of El Centro College, a community college in Dallas. NPR’s Scott Simon asks him why.