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  • Report Details Church-State Work on Native Schools

    Report Details Church-State Work on Native Schools Many Christian organizations operated boarding schools for Native American children from the 19th to the early 20th centuries. They were part of a project to remove Native culture, identity and land....

  • VOA教育报道--Recent Deaths of Female College Athletes Bring Attention to Mental Health

    Recent Deaths of Female College Athletes Bring Attention to Mental Health In 2021, sports fans around the world learned about the issue of women's mental health in sports from Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka. Osaka is a champion Japanese tennis player....

  • Schools that Removed Police Officers Bring Them Back

    Schools that Removed Police Officers Bring Them Back Millions of students in the United States go to schools with police officers present. The officers are known as School Resource Officers, or SROs. They are meant to keep schools and students safe....

  • Professors: Students Unprepared for Math after Pandemic

    Professors: Students Unprepared for Math after Pandemic Andrea Hernandez is a student at the University of Texas. As a high school student in Dallas, she studied math a lot and was proud of her skill in the subject. But when schools around the U.S. c...

  • VOA教育报道2022--收容所为墨西哥的移民儿童寻找学校

    Shelters Find Schools for Migrant Children in Mexico Child migrants often miss months or even years of schooling. This hurts their chances of escaping poverty and having safer futures. Ciudad Jurez is a large city in Mexico, along the country's borde...

  • Harvard Announces $100 Million Plan to Make up for Slavery Links

    Harvard Announces $100 Million Plan to Make up for Slavery Links Harvard University recently offered details of its historical connection to slavery and announced a $100 million fund aimed at studying and dealing with those links. The findings were r...

  • Advanced Classes Might Be at Risk in Some US High Schools

    Advanced Classes Might Be at Risk in Some US High Schools Since the beginning of 2021, at least 17 states have passed measures aimed at how public schools can teach highly debated subjects, says the publication EducationWeek. These efforts, however,...

  • Some American Colleges Return to COVID-19 Restrictions

    Many university students in the United States thought they would get through the final weeks of the 2021-2022 school year without another COVID-19 restriction. That is no longer the case for some. Major universities in the states of New York, Pennsyl...

  • Singers, Politicians, Doctors among 2022 College Graduation Speakers

    Singers, Politicians, Doctors among 2022 College Graduation Speakers Popular singer Taylor Swift is expected to be one of the well-known people speaking to students and their families at graduation events in the United States this May. The singer pla...

  • VOA教育报道2022--孟加拉国关闭罗辛亚营私立学校

    Bangladesh Closes Rohingya Camp Private Schools The Bangladesh government closed the last private school for Rohingya refugees last month. The Kayaphuri School in the Kutupalaung Rohingya refugee camp was founded in 2019 by a Rohingya leader who was...

  • Experts Give Advice on Deciding Which School to Attend

    Experts Give Advice on Deciding Which School to Attend Students have until the end of April to tell the universities that have accepted them if they will attend. Most students found out if they were accepted in late March. Some students are accepted...

  • US Schools Struggle with Behavior, But See Opportunity

    US Schools Struggle with Behavior, But See Opportunity American students had been learning from home for more than a year during the pandemic. When they returned to in-person learning, teachers began to see more behavioral problems. Sarah Potpinka is...

  • Report: US Schools Pull More Than 1,000 Different Books

    Report: US Schools Pull More Than 1,000 Different Books The writer's organization PEN America said recently that more than a thousand different books have been banned from United States classrooms and school libraries in the last nine months. Most of...

  • Native Scholars Work to Prevent Fraud at Universities

    Native Scholars Work to Prevent Fraud at Universities In June 2021, an anonymous report began to spread among Canada's university system. It accused six professors and employees at Queen's College in Ontario of lying about their ancestry for personal...

  • Study: Young People Worried about Education, Employment, Democracy

    Study: Young People Worried about Education, Employment, Democracy Young people all over the world are seriously concerned about the state of politics and education. That information comes from a survey by the Organization for Economic Cooperation an...

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