Some advocates say there’s a “third way” in education, one that incorporates the best ideas and practices from charter schools and district schools in an attempt to make all schools better. Can a “third way” work?
“As the great philosopher Benjamin Affleck once said, ‘Judge me by how good my good ideas are, not how bad my bad ideas are.’ “
The Board of Directors of the University of Massachusetts Foundation has announced that it will sell off its fossil fuel holdings from its endowment, making them the first major public university to do so.
She is perhaps best known for her commitment to diversity while there, for both faculty and students.
Hank Azaria has been voicing characters from “The Simpsons” since 1989 — just two years after Azaria received his drama degree from Tufts.
Boston Public School students staged a walkout to protest what they say are unnecessary budget cuts and school closings.
An oft-repeated theme with commencement speakers this weekend was amazement at the unexpected twists and turns of life.
Harvard announced Friday that students who are members of single-sex clubs wouldn’t be able to lead athletic teams or other student organizations.
There are thousands of “middle skill” jobs available that provide a middle-class wage and don’t require a traditional four-year degree.
There’s a phrase that many patients might find terrifying, but it’s familiar to anyone who’s gone through medical training: “See one, do one, teach one.”
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