The media conglomerate and CIG Education Group are combining to create NYT EDUcation, an initiative for pre-college and college students and professional learners.
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February 18, 2015
November 07, 2014
Schools can now access NYTimes.com and the paper's online archives through a new network-wide subscription service beginning at $780 annually.
October 12, 2014
Interaction with adults is critical when it comes to language acquisition in young children. So what does that mean for e-readers and technology?
September 17, 2014
The advance of student-data-privacy legislation in California and elsewhere has attracted media attention in recent weeks.
September 09, 2014
The New York Times releases a new college access index and analysis of top schools that recruit low-income students.
February 07, 2014
A New Jersey English teacher finding students to be bored with the assigned novels, started using New York Times human-interest stories to teach students about critical analysis.
October 14, 2013
Common Sense Media, an organization that rates educational products for their quality, has written a letter to industry groups asking them to take steps to ensure student privacy, the New York Times reports.
September 20, 2013
Diane Ravitch, the scholar, education pundit, and former assistant U.S. secretary of education, published a new book this week that is garnering a range of responses from the education community and beyond.
July 08, 2013
As an educator, a parent, and a human being, I'm sickened by the ways in which children around the world are made pawns in political and cultural battles. But when I go through the exercise of trying to "globalize" my own perspective, I see plenty of things at home to inspire tears and anger.
June 19, 2013
But then, I live my life among school people--teachers, kids, parents--and I have to be attuned to their needs and dreams. Strange or lurid stories about schools have their contexts, whether we know them or not, and as outsiders our assumptions affect only ourselves unless we forget that they are only half-informed assumptions and bruit them about as expert analysis and fact.