Education

Two Black Students Won School Honors. Then Came the Calls for a Recount.

The parents of the just-named valedictorian and salutatorian left the ceremony, aware that Emma Berry and her father were upset,…

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Nun Stole Over $800,000 to Support Gambling Habit, Prosecutors Say

As a Catholic nun, Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper had taken a vow of poverty. But this week, prosecutors said Sister…

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The State of Schools as the Pandemic Wanes

This is the Education Briefing, a weekly update on the most important news in American education. Sign up here to…

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Opinion | We Must Fully Reopen Schools This Fall. Here’s How.

As American children conclude what will hopefully be the most discombobulated academic year of their lives, it’s clear that school…

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Opinion | Teaching Students About Racism in America

To the Editor: Re “Debate Over Scope of Racism Embroils Schools” (front page, June 2): White historians once taught that…

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Gripped by ‘Dinner Party-gate,’ Yale Law Confronts a Venomous Divide

At the law school, the episode has exposed bitter divisions in a top-ranked institution struggling to adapt at a moment…

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Both Are Abuse Survivors, but One Can Sue and One Can’t

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — After months of video calls and group emails, Robert Druger and Robert Bender agreed to meet for…

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Will You Go to Prom With Us?

Good morning. Ah, prom. For generations of American teenagers, it has been a durable rite of passage — one that…

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Tom Hanks: Deben saber la verdad sobre la masacre racial de Tulsa

Lo mismo le ha ocurrido a mucha gente: en su mayoría, la historia la escribían personas blancas que se basaban…

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Coach K’s Retirement and the End of the College ‘Supercoach’

Is the supercoach soon to be extinct? Jim Boeheim, how much longer will you hold on at Syracuse? John Calipari,…

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