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Today β€” January 22nd 2020Your RSS feeds

Morgan Wootten, Acclaimed High School Basketball Coach, Dies at 88

By Richard Goldstein

He had one of the best winning streaks, and was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

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How to survive the toddler years: Child development expert weighs in

By Lindsay Carlton

From how to tame a temper tantrum to ways to avoid sibling rivalry, psychologists and child development expert Dr. Gail Gross breaks down the most common and problematic behaviors your kids are driving you crazy with.

Schools should stop streaming children at 12, campaigners say

By robin
School organisations, the CNV teaching union and school pupils’ lobby group Laks say secondary school pupils should not be streamed...
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Court blocks education minister from sacking board of Islamic school

By Gordon Darroch
Education minister Arie Slob went beyond his remit in demanding the resignation of the board of Amsterdam’s only Islamic secondary...

Rigorous Bilingual Training, Seen With a Tinge of Regret

By Perri Klass, M.D.

Observing how Chinese 2- and 3-year-olds navigated a second language, I wondered whether I could have done this for my children.

University academics campaign against structural, unpaid overtime

By robin
A number of campaigning academics are reporting their universities and colleges to government inspectors for failing to crack down on...

Gillian Anderson Listens to Fleetwood Mac and Loves Toni Morrison

By Bruce Fretts

The London-based actress finds time for cultural enrichment between starring in “Sex Education” and “The Crown.”

Trump Targets Michelle Obama's School Lunch Program on Her Birthday

By Lola Fadulu

The Agriculture Department proposed a rule that would further unravel nutrition standards set by Mrs. Obama when she was first lady.

Despite pledges, more children are still without a suitable school place

By robin
Some 4,500 children in the Netherlands who should be going to school are waiting at home because of a lack...

Readers Respond to Our Look at the Politics of American History Textbooks

By Dana Goldstein

Educators, historians and students had their say on how differences in textbooks from California and Texas reflect deep partisan divides.

I Read 4,800 Pages of American History Textbooks

By Dana Goldstein

Here’s how I did it, and what I learned about how the curriculum has changed since my own school days.

The Academic Apocalypse

By Ross Douthat

The crisis of English departments is also a crisis of faith.