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After 81 Years, Memphis College of Art Will Shutter Due to Debt and Falling Enrollment

While many remain optimistic that the school could remain open, it would take a miraculous $30 million endowment donation to make this possible. The main building of the Memphis College of Art, Rust H... read more

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IBM’s Department of Education

On the third floor of Paul Robeson High School, a weathered pile of bricks in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that’s closing next spring due to failing ... percent of community college students — often after ... read more

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A final word on Marshall’s comments

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Towards a Healthier Debate on Health Reform

This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers asked three veteran observers for their perspectives on the health care debate playing out across the country. Each suggested that media coverage has presented un... read more

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