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My 11- and 14-year-olds recently joined the global Climate Strike movement via a local chapter of the organization Earth Guardians.
The Chinese government has blocked Advanced Placement history tests, including American history, as the Communist Party begins to censor “unfriendly” school material.
Two emerging models for obtaining e-books: Demand-driven acquisition and evidence-based acquisition
The NCAA suggests that college athletes in California may not be able to participate in championship games if state passes legislation to allow them to profit off their name, image and likeness.
Bowling Green State University will rename a theater named after Lillian Gish following backlash over her role in a movie depicting the KKK.
Authorities in Guangzhou, South China, have fixed over 90 percent of improper names of residential areas and major projects, local newspaper Southern Metropolitan Daily reported on Tuesday.
Editors say episode demonstrates need for humans to review work of software
A town in Florida has paid $500,000 (£394,000) to hackers after a ransomware attack.
The graduation gowns have been donned, the caps have been tossed, and college orientations are in full swing.