Some of the disparity in suspension rates may stem from racism or variations in discipline policies but some may stem from differences in student behavior—differences driven by poverty and the other out-of-school factors.
Duncan J. Watts , David M. Rothschild , Columbia Journalism Review , Dec 12, 2017 One of the more salient stories this year has revolved around the phenomenon of fake news and (via fake news) managing ... Read more
Stephanie J. Blackmon , Claire H. Major , online learning , Dec 12, 2017 I don't think this paper really succeeded in its stated objective of defining massive open online courses. What we do get is a ... Read more
Is anyone currently attending a University in Oklahoma (OU, OSU, TU, other) and receiving the Oklahoma Academic Scholarship? My daughter is in her 2nd year at TU and was a National Merit Finalist from ... Read more
Heather A. Robinson , Whitney Kilgore , Scott J. Warren , online learning , Dec 12, 2017 The authors writem, "The three main themes that emerged from this study were: the importance of online communic ... Read more
In a world that is becoming increasingly complex and diverse, the problems businesses are trying to solve are also equally complex and diverse. In such a scenario where innovation is the new buzz word ... Read more
The new technique sheds light on the materials the artist used, and the order in which they were applied to the painting. It also helped scientists uncover insights about the painting’s connections to ... Read more
I was not eligible to audition but am a strong musician in my state. I'm bummed I can't put it on my applications... but I have heard from music majors and schools that all-state doesn't matter at all ... Read more