University Turns Minecraft Into Engaging Biochemistry Lessons For Children

University Turns Minecraft Into Engaging Biochemistry Lessons For Children
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Study Finds That Students Take Almost 112 Mandated Standardized Tests Throughout School Career

Study Finds That Students Take Almost 112 Mandated Standardized Tests Throughout School Career
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Fueled By Stories Of Success, Indian Girls Are Surpassing Males In School Enrollment

For the first time in India's history, girls are enrolling in higher number than boys in schools, despite a shortage of teachers, unsanitary conditions and over...

Test Scores Of White Children Are Not Negatively Affected By School Diversity

According to a recent study, making schools more diverse does not have an impact on the test scores of white children. Even in today’s day and age, some pa...

Cash Strapped Students Are Living In Retirement Homes And Seniors Think It's Awesome

Millennials are coping with the rising costs of higher education by enrolling in a form of bartered lodging offered by some retirement communities. Students can...

Research Shows That Students Who Change Schools Frequently Have Poorer Math And Behavior Skills

Open enrollment allows parents a choice of schools for their children, but it is not the cure to fixing academic outcomes, according to a new study released by ...

Renovations At The University Of Virginia Uncover America's First Chemistry Lab

Renovations taking place at the Rotunda of the University of Virginia led to an amazing discovery: the nation’s oldest surviving chemistry lab designed by Tho...

South Korean Government To Replace Aging History Textbooks With Its Own Version Of History

In a move which should resonate with its communist northern neighbor,South Korea's government says it will introduce plans to control the history textbooks used...

McGraw Hill To Revise Book Referring To Slave Trade As Worker Immigration

A U.S. publisher was forced to make revisions in a book after they referred to African slaves as “workers” and slave trade as “immigration.” The labelin...

Students Buying Their Degree Hurts Just About Everyone

In several parts of the world, buying a diploma or degree is easy if you have the money to do so. This hurts legitimate students, educational systems and the ec...

Happy American Museum Day! Over 1,400 Museums Across The U.S. Are Free Today!

Today, more than 1400 museums across the U.S are offering the public free admission to commemorate the 11th annual Museum Day Live. Last year a record 400,000 p...

The Average Score On The Bar Exam Just Dropped To Its Lowest Level In History

The average scores for the bar exam, the test to be a practicing lawyer, have dipped to their lowest level since 1988 according to the National Conference of Ba...

New York City Announces Plans To Ensure Computer Science Taught To Every Student

Within the next ten years, every New York City (NYC) public school will have to offer all students computer science courses under regulations announced today by...

New Survey Finds Americans Get A 'D' Grade In Science

Americans average a D when it comes to science, says a new study. Though the U.S. is known for a host of scientific breakthroughs in nuclear weaponry and space ...

Traditional West Point First Year Pillow Fight Marred By Violence

The annual first year cadet pillow fight at the renowned West Point military academy is likely to have a new set of rules introduced after this year's event tur...