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Slang may seem like it has no place in the dictionary, but dictionary editors are listening very closely to the words people use in real life.
Colleges are beginning to experiment with the traditional lecture to rethink how science is taught, and retain overlooked students in the process.
Knowing what gets in the way of accomplishing goals can be more powerful than all the positive thinking in the world.
Rural school districts find creative ways to bring Internet access to students at their homes in poor areas. One school district parks Wi-Fi enabled buses at a trailer park.