College students are returning to campuses across the country this week. In New England, a demographic shift has some public colleges and universities trying to fill seats by luring students from neighboring states. Visit NEPR for the full story.Read More
Emily Sessions had just started a new semester teaching art to Yale undergraduates, when she was told that her teaching load would be doubled, but her pay would remain the same. “So it really showed me how opaque and often uneven the process for assigning teaching is, and how important it is to have…Read More
A new report accuses a private special education school in Middleborough of neglect and abuse. But the Disability Law Center, which last Monday revealed those findings on the Chamberlain International School, says it’s worried about oversight of all such schools serving special needs children. “We have a growing concern about students with disabilities across the commonwealth being severely…Read More
Rilind Abazi was only a baby when he and his family fled Kosovo for Macedonia during his country’s war in the late ’90s.
“We were received by a family of strangers. We didn’t know them, but we’ve become family friends,” he said. Now he’s trying to return the favor.Read More
Modern high school students are usually found surrounded by laptops, cell phones, and social media. But a team of UConn professors and graduate students are trying to get them interested in nature.Read More