Education

Education

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By Isabelle Taft, The Texas Tribune Spurred in part by frustration at a proposed textbook that has been called racist and inaccurate, over 200 educators,...

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By Olivia P. Tallet Mexican Americans might not recognize their cultural history as it unfolds in a new textbook proposed for Texas public schools. Chicanos are...

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By Katy Waldman Hello, Yale students. It’s me, a random internet writer. I have some unfortunate news for you, but first, let me step back...

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By Robby Soave “We have spoken. We are speaking. Pay attention.” So said Yale University students to the faculty of the English department, perfectly encapsulating the...

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By Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay If you want to be a good philosopher, don’t rely on intuition or comfort. Study maths and science. They’ll...

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By Nicholas Kristof OF all the students preparing to go to college this fall, perhaps none have faced a more hazardous journey than a young...

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By Hemant Mehta On January 1 of this year, a new law went into effect in Texas. Among other things, HB 283 requires any school...

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By Conor Friedersdorf Last fall, student protesters at Yale University demanded that Professor Nicholas Christakis, an academic star who has successfully mentored Ivy League undergraduates...

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By David Edwards The host of a Texas political show on Sunday asked Keven Ellis, a candidate for State Board of Education in District 9,...