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Education Historian Ravitch Wants More Input From Teachers on Common Core

Diane Ravitch said that while she opposes the standards, there’s no harm in getting public input about them as long as what teachers say is taken seriously.

Veterans from World War II through Iraq and Afghanistan gather Tuesdays at Fordham University to tap their memories of military life and commit them to paper for posterity.

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Seven of the eight professors who were fired in late September from the nation’s oldest Episcopal seminary are set to return to their classrooms.

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Comb through the life story of Sonya Clark and it’s easy to see how she came to craft works of art themed around hair, a provocative and politicized thread of identity.

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Tiny Randolph-Macon College is set for its star turn tonight as it hosts a congressional debate between two faculty members.

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Participants in the 2nd Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference in Philadelphia were encouraged to network and forge new relationships with other scholars engaged in research across the country.

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A symposium by the University of Virginia brought faculty and researchers together to honor the legacy that slavery has had on our nation.

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Tuition Program Needs Help

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Gov. Bill Haslam’s free tuition program is in need of mentors.

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Tennessee Promise Program Has 35K Applications

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With the Nov. 1 deadline to apply approaching, the Tennessee Promise program could be on pace to perhaps double the state’s goal of applications.

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In order to increase and maintain gender and ethnic diversity within the STEM professoriate, the “guru mentor model” should be scrapped and replaced with a more thoughtful approach to the specific needs that new STEM faculty members have as they seek to launch their careers.

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