Oxford University is set to have a female head for the first time in its history, with the announcement that Louise Richardson has been nominated as vice chancellor.
In this lesson, students use favorite family recipes to learn about history and culture.
America is built on principles of equality and opportunity for all. In education, that means all our students deserve fair and equal access to strong academic programs, great teachers, new technology, and appropriate facilities, no matter where they live. Those values motivate committed educators and their partner organizations throughout this country.
The standardized testing onslaught that has dominated public schools in recent years — and a growing resistance movement by parents, students and educators — has persuaded some states to review the load of K-12 assessments with an eye toward eliminating exams deemed unnecessary. In fact, some states and school districts have already announced that they have dropped some tests, and some tests are b
Archive copies of the iconic feminist magazine Spare Rib have been digitised, giving researchers and activists around the world the chance to delve into its back copies. The British Library will host a curated Spare Rib website featuring 300 selected pages from the magazine, alongside articles written by academics, activists and former contributors about its history. The entire run of the magazi