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Women’s History Month: Fantastic Feminists

Use these engaging images and quotes to open student discussion on what it means to be a woman in the modern age.

John Legend Joins Nonprofit to Help Launch Personalized Learning Program

Artist John Legend joined nonprofit philanthropy fund New Profit and WME | IMG in the promotion of a new initiative, Reimagine Learning.

The New York Times and CIG Education Group Create NYT EDUcation Initiative

The New York Times and CIG Education Group have launched the NYT EDUcation, a new initiative providing courses and programs for students in the pre-college level to higher education.

New Dr. Seuss Book 'What Pet Should I Get?' to Be Published in July

A book will be gotten, possibly snatched up by many. "What Pet Should I Get?" by Dr. Seuss will soon be ready.

HONY Post Sparks Movement on Standardized Testing, Low-income Schools

A Humans of New York post looking at a young student's admiration for his principal sparked a nationwide movement to address issues in education including low-income schools, standardized testing, and more.

Half of U.S. Parents Support Later School Days, Poll Finds

The debate of whether to start school later for teens is still on the table, and parents have been weighing in with their opinions.

Three U.S. Teachers Compete for 'Nobel Prize of Teaching'

Three U.S. teachers made the short list of educators from around the world competing for the $1 million prize dubbed as "the Nobel Prize for Teaching."