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U.S. Public Schools Should Revive Stagnant Humanities and Arts Education

The best remedy against cynicism in young students is a curriculum that teaches contemporary events while establishing parallels with history.

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Stanford Math Professor Becomes First Woman to Win the Fields Medal

Maryam Mirzakhani, an Iranian mathematician who’s described by her peers as “technically superb and boldly ambitious,” has won an award that’s known as the Nobel Prize for mathematics.

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Cutting Classes to Cut Costs

Although this might strike the kids involved as a good deal, it’s a definite sign of the times for the adults: A rural Minnesota school district has decided to strike Mondays from the calendar this fall in order to save money, making classes slightly longer on other days to make up the lost time.

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