You can’t have a conversation about the goals of school reform without hearing the term “college and career ready.” What exactly does that mean? The answer is less obvious than you might think, according to this post, by Jonathan Hasak, who writes about the need for America’s education system to adapt to a changing economy. […]
Former UCLA head coach John Wooden is regarded by many as the greatest coach in college basketball history. Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski is largely considered to be one of the best coaches of all-time as well, and in the eyes of Gonzaga head coach Mark Few, Krzyzewski isn’t just up there with Wooden. Show More Summary
CLEVELAND -- What could prove to be the greatest collection of basketball talent on one college roster ever was not supposed to look like this. Rattled. Frightened. Desperate. “We were just fighting to stay in the game,” Kentucky coach...Show More Summary
Deasia Watkins, 20, of College Hill, Cincinnati appeared in court Thursday morning at the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court and pleaded ‘not guilty’ in the death of her 3-month-old daughter Jayniah Watkins in which she is accused of beheading. Show More Summary
Notre Dame played lights out and still wasn't able to beat the Kentucky Wildcats. John Calipari and company remain perfect on the year, and they head to the Final Four. Adam Lefkoe is joined by Bleacher Report College Basketball Analyst...Show More Summary
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Elite Chess Teams Reach Final Four, Which Should Be a Quiet AffairBy DYLAN LOEB McCLAINMARCH 28, 2015Elite college basketball programs are battling in the N.C.A.A. tournament this weekend to reach the Final Four. For fans of chess, the...Show More Summary
Boston University and North Dakota/St. Cloud State advanced to the Frozen Four on Saturday. The 2015 Frozen Four field is almost set, but you can't blame college hockey fans for focusing on one of the teams that fell short. The Providence...Show More Summary
Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein is the tallest member of a notoriously tall front line, at 7'0 and around 240 pounds. And yet you'll hear people -- college fans and NBA scouts alike -- say he can guard all five positions. This is what they're talking about. Show More Summary
Barack Obama’s plan for a universal rating system for America’s colleges and universities, announced last year and the subject of a New York Times front-pager this week, is bad news, say the nation’s college presidents. Given many...Show More Summary
Wichita State's head coach may have his next job in mind. Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall is the hottest commodity in college basketball coaching this offseason, and he seems to have his eyes set on a plum job: Head coach at Texas. Pat...Show More Summary
The Williams College Museum of Art has received a donation of 68 works of contemporary art from the collection of computer programmer and philanthropist Peter Norton. WCMA is one recipient in a series of gifts to university and college art museums throughout the country. Show More Summary
It's not too often analysts can confidently claim a player has a shot at being the best prospect at his position in over a decade. That's how good Brandon Scherff of Iowa is. Playing left tackle during his college career, Scherff isShow More Summary
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Think Facebook can get nasty? Then try Burnbook, a popular app where users are anonymously posting gossip about colleges and high schools—and creating serious trouble, Vocativ reports. Just this month, Burnbook posts have triggered at least 12 police investigations involving high school students, including alleged gun threats, bomb threats,...
Three days after Texas college student Jordan Britten went missing, police found him dead. Investigators in South Padre Island, a popular destination for spring breakers, discovered the corpse of the missing college student in a marsh. Show More Summary
Andrew Pessin says he's being criticized because he's the one professor at CT College who's outspoken for Israel. Maybe it's because he compared Palestinians to caged, rabid dogs deserving of being put down.
Finals might be over for the year, but summer is peak study-abroad season, so for many American college students, a new adventure begins: Overstuffed backpacks! Malaria shots! The superpack of Durexes (alas, to remain unused)! The vast...Show More Summary