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The tech giant is positioning itself in schools as a trusted authority on digital citizenship at a moment when the company’s data-handling practices are under growing scrutiny.
Viewers worldwide can now download or stream free movies from the library’s National Screening Room website.
Lodi’s mayor tightened the rules for lunch subsidies, a move that affected immigrant children. The leader of the League, the country’s right-wing governing party, supports her.
In “University of Nike,” Joshua Hunt examines the University of Oregon and Nike as a case study for the relationship between public institutions and corporate benefactors.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first book in the trilogy, here is an excerpt from an interview between the publisher and the author.
Mr. Spinney’s remarkable run as Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, two of the most beloved characters on television, will end this week.
There’s an exam, and it involves math. In fact, there are many exams.
The Library of Congress says it has digitized the largest collection of Theodore Roosevelt’s papers in the world.
The New York Times and ProPublica examined the Charlottesville, Va., school system, which has one of the biggest racial gaps in the country.
The message here: A library is much more than its books.
The case, which begins Monday, is widely seen as a referendum on affirmative action.
Chancellor Carol L. Folt acknowledged that the university was built and sustained by slaves, and would now work to “right the wrongs of history.”
The new contract between the teachers’ union and the city is aimed at schools that have a hard time keeping teachers.
A comic strip depicting children who were victims of a school shooting resonated with readers and hearkened back to the magazine’s glory days as a cultural provocateur.
A star of M.I.T.’s Media Lab working in “material ecology,” she has intrigued Björk, Brad Pitt and the Cooper Hewitt.
Extracting and purifying DNA is routine now, but the results are not particularly aesthetic.
Three academics tested a theory about the intellectual integrity of peer-reviewed “grievance studies” by cooking up, and publishing, their own.
The third-largest university endowment in the world was valued at $26.5 billion at the end of August, officials said.
A Nobel laureate who deepened science’s understanding of the building blocks of matter, he was called “the best ambassador of physics to the general public since Einstein.”
The dean and faculty of the Meek School of Journalism and New Media at the University of Mississipppi released this video statement in response to a racially charged Facebook post by the school’s namesake.