By By THE LEARNING NETWORK This word has appeared in 77 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By Matt Reed

Lessons from a rise and fall.

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By Joshua Kim

Thinking about how we choose our campus-themed books.

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By Joshua Kim

Thinking about how we choose our campus themed books.

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By By THE LEARNING NETWORK Our winner this week was ClaireMCHS2014, and our Penguin Young Readers guest judge was K.A. Harrington.

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By Maurice Elias

Maurice Elias
Three activities teachers can use to help students — especially those who had a rough summer or struggle academically — get the school year off to a fresh start.

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By Todd Finley

Todd Finley
To teach critical thinking, consider applying six definitions of that discipline to the practices of authentic inquiry, PBL, and integrated studies.

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By By SHANNON DOYNE

How much money has the Ice Bucket Challenge raised this summer?

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By Scott Jaschik

Panel urges boards to become more involved in everything from presidential searches to the curriculum.

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By By FRANK LONGO

Test your knowledge of ancient Greek theater by playing our crossword.

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By Carl Straumsheim

Study finds many researchers maintain a presence on professional networks, but use Twitter to discuss their work.

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By Serena Golden

New novel by an English professor offers a fresh take on the academic satire genre.

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By Michael Stratford

The messy failure of Corinthian Colleges raises questions about limitations of the Education Department’s oversight of for-profit chains, and how it might tighten as other companies teeter.

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By Elizabeth Redden

Both advocates and opponents of the boycott of Israeli universities are gearing up for a busy academic year on that front.

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By By THE LEARNING NETWORK This word has appeared in 569 New York Times articles in the past year.

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By Matt Reed

Realities of job training programs.

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By Joshua Kim

Restaurants are to food trucks as colleges are to (blank).

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By Meg Palladino

Getting the right feedback.

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By G. Rendell

Clothing as grist for campus barter?

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By By MICHAEL GONCHAR

Take the quiz to see what you know about these news stories, and to find links to more information about each.

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By Elena Aguilar

Elena Aguilar
Seven questions teachers can ask parents at the start of the year with the intention of building a partnership to support their child’s learning.

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Warren Berger
Asking a question can be a scary step into the void. How do you create a culture of using questioning in the classroom?

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By By KATHERINE SCHULTEN

Can you choose the best word for each blank?

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By By SHANNON DOYNE

What happened when J. Cole released his new song “Be Free” on Friday?

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By By FRANK LONGO

Test your knowledge of the 1950s by playing our crossword.

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By Scott Jaschik

Study raises questions about why women are less likely than men to earn tenure at research universities. Hint: It’s not research output.

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By Jake New

Columbia University unveils a new sexual assault policy, but student groups say the changes don’t go far enough to address their concerns.

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By Scott Jaschik

Sociologists, in annual meeting focused on economic hardship, consider policies and practices that hinder advancement of low-income students.

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By Charlie Tyson

New analysis shows that students earn more credits in the humanities than in STEM — but that humanities majors and STEM majors rarely find themselves in the same classroom.

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By Paul Fain

Employers view for-profits and community colleges equally on job applications, a novel study finds, but what that means is in the eye of the beholder.

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