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Fifty Years On, Title IX’s Legacy Includes its Durability

It took just 37 words to change the course of education for millions of women and girls in the United…

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Colombia Will Soon Have Its First Black Female Vice President. Will It Be Her?

CALI, Colombia — At a hotel in Cali, a major city near Colombia’s Pacific Coast, hundreds of people packed a…

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Crude, Ugly and Pro-American? China Investigates Images in Math Textbooks.

HONG KONG — A little boy pulling up a girl’s dress. Another grabbing a classmate from behind, his hands across…

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Readers ask: How are public services operating in Ukraine?

Readers submitted questions about public services in Ukraine. Oscar Volpe of Chicago asked, “Where, if anywhere, are health and education…

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Readers ask: How are public services operating in Ukraine?

Readers submitted questions about public services in Ukraine. Oscar Volpe of Chicago asked, “Where, if anywhere, are health and education…

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Vote on N.Y.C. School Funding Will ‘Blow Up’ System, Chancellor Says

The Panel for Educational Policy, the governing body of New York City public schools, has voted against the city’s proposed…

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A Look Inside the Textbooks That Florida Rejected

After the Florida Department of Education rejected dozens of math textbooks last week, the big question was, Why? The department…

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Teaching With The New York Times: A Virtual Summit

Journalism helps us navigate a complex world, shines a light on the truth, and provides analysis, insight and context to…

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Covid-Stunted Educations Dim Prospects for India’s Economy and Its Youth

NEW DELHI — Some children have forgotten the alphabet or what their classrooms look like. Others have dropped out of…

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Covid setbacks to schooling are ‘nearly insurmountable,’ the U.N. says.

Almost two years into the coronavirus pandemic, more than 635 million children globally remain affected by full or partial school…

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