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How to save the humanities? Make them a requirement toward a business degree

One Canadian university sets out to prove the value of the humanities in lucrative careers

Josh Caouette, a graduate student at Simmons College, crams for a test. Caouette is resigned to the cost of his degree. “If it’s helping others, that’s fine by me. I mean, I have to do it either way.”

In-demand graduate programs become a cash cow for colleges in financial distress

Some graduate students decry the strategy, but they’re “where the money is”

New documentary explores ‘the digital divide’

Filmmaker Rory Kennedy focuses on the causes and consequences of unequal digital access

Social isolation in schools erodes our sense of self and community

Teachers can — and should — reach out to lonely kids

While the rest of the world invests more in education, the U.S. spends less

Years of disinvestment could affect the future U.S. labor force

Juan Belman, age 24, 2017 graduate of University of Texas at Austin.

STUDENT VOICES: DACA students worry about ‘really tough times’ ahead

‘We don’t know where our futures are going,’ as Washington debates whether to continue program for undocumented immigrant children

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Massachusetts districts now trade notes on best paths to personalized learning

The Massachusetts Personalized Learning Edtech (MAPLE) Consortium gives districts across the state a way to learn from each other

How American schools fail kids with dyslexia

Kids often miss out on getting help when it comes to reading

Counting DACA students

It is estimated that half of the people eligible for DACA are enrolled in high school or college

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