Education : NPR
A new study published in the journal Science shows that regular use of a specific math-based iPad app significantly improved math performance in elementary school children.
Madalitso Mulando needed help. She didn't have the money to pay for her 10th-grade tuition. Then she learned the art of negotiation from the gurus at Harvard Business School.
The Native American Program at Dartmouth College is without a leader. College officials removed Susan Taffe Reed as director of the student support program after Native American groups questioned her connection to the community. The controversy reveals the complications of figuring out who can best support Native American students on campus.
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In 30 out of 50 cities studied in a wide-ranging new report, the rate is less than 15 percent. But the majority of four-year institutions in the U.S. still require students to take one or the other.
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