A global community to coordinate and regain control — to develop a public open-access infrastructure — of research and scholarly communication for the public good is long overdue.
Some campuses — Berkeley in California, Nanterre in Paris, Essex in Britain or the Free University in Berlin — became bywords for political radicalism. The occupation of university buildings was common and became associated with wider protests that were not directly linked to university matters.
Huge contributions from tech titans, a STEM-packed curriculum, gadgets everywhere: Willie Brown Middle School was supposed to set the bar. Then it opened.
"No child wakes up in the morning and thinks, 'I'm going to disappoint my parents today.' Every kid wants to behave, they just don't have the skills."
How unreasonable would it be to just write off the $1.5 trillion burden?
America's students are getting handcuffed and charged just for being normal schoolkids.
Robert Wielgus, director of the Carnivore Conservation Lab, received a settlement from the school after he sued for infringing on his academic freedom.
When it comes to children's development, parents should worry less about kids' screen time — and more about their own.
A 1995 study which suggested that kids from richer families are exposed to more spoken words than those from poorer families has long been the subject of controversy.
The audience responded with a chorus of laughter as I won points for my team — and for incarcerated people everywhere.
"It's painful when you miss something, when you make the mistake of believing so much in the good you are seeing that you don't see the bad. It's hard when you know that you let people down."
A futurist says the industry may have nowhere to go but down. What does the slide look like?
"It needs advanced interpretation."
When so many students have outstanding grades and test scores, schools have to get creative about triaging applicants.
Haley Videckis and Layana White sued Pepperdine University for anti-gay discrimination, and lost — but their fight to be heard is just beginning.
We're not saying he's ready for the Billboard Hot 100, but we've also listened to this on repeat for the last half hour.
In 1985, a 16-year-old dropout showed up to school with a shotgun. Everyone said it was just a fluke.
Women make up one-quarter of computer scientists. But in the field of artificial intelligence those numbers are likely much lower.
After #MeToo, an anonymous letter spread explosive allegations about Gopal Balakrishnan. Some called it vigilante justice — but it worked.
LGBT teachers are being fired, gay history is not being taught and in Canada, gay-straight alliances are under threat — making life even harder for already isolated LGBT students.
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