Cities across the globe historically have viewed stormwater as a public nuisance that causes damaging floods and spreads pollution.
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French teachers are using the cartoon image of a weeping Eiffel Tower to help young children understand what happened in last Friday's attacks in Paris that killed at least 129 people.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, more than 4 million people marked themselves as "Safe" 24 hours after Facebook activated its rarely-used Safety Check tool.
The Education Department says it's going to get tougher with college accreditors.
The Hutto school district is working on a new cure for senioritis — that fit of indolence that strikes fourth-year high school students as they breeze past their graduation requirements — by offering top students a three-year path through high school.
Conservationists in New Zealand say nest numbers for one of the world's most endangered penguins have plummeted to a 25-year low.
Kindled by the heat hazes of southeast Asia, and stoked by the imminence of the climate negotiations in Paris, there has been lively debate in recent weeks about how far large companies are honoring their commitments to "no deforestation" and supply chain improvement.
A national association of public universities is throwing its weight behind the use of adaptive courseware, an emerging form of online course delivery that responds to students’ learning styles and levels of achievement.
The University of York has been forced to issue an apology on its website after receiving a social media backlash for deciding to mark International Men’s Day.
A rare giant dinosaur footprint has been discovered in SW China's Sichuan province,