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The New Diploma Mills

The stakes were high: Consecutive failing marks meant ... students complete [the courses] in just a couple weeks because they want to get it out of the way,” says Sewell, the guidance counselor. “They ... read more

Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Summer Semester 2016

and do examinations and quizzes on your own time. You can load up with as many classes as you choose, or take a light course load and come back to some of the classes you meant to take at another time ... read more

Your Brain on Politics: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Liberals and Conservatives

Liberals, according to this model, would be likely to engage in more flexible thinking ... but not everyone that identifies with your party is. Studies like the ones mentioned don’t give quizzes to se... read more

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Common Core Standards: Implications for instruction

Perhaps this statement was meant ... to engage students and in high functioning classrooms, students are demonstrably engaged (Standard 1). *Teachers and students cooperate to produce well-managed cla... read more

Updated: Jeb Bush Wants Your Child's Data

Read this: Anyone who has ever been pestered by a child or teenager to buy something will recognize these as sensible rules--but ... Politico report: Students are tracked as they play online games, wa... read more

Objections to (Some) Drug Discovery AI

Here’s a piece to start some arguing: “AI in Drug Discovery is Overhyped”, by Mostapha Benhenda. I realize that a lot of people will read that title and go “Well, yeah, sure”, but it’s definitely wort... read more

Judge rules against raising Lehigh University grad student's C-plus grade

(CNN) - A Northampton County, Pennsylvania, judge ruled Thursday against a former Lehigh University graduate student who sued to have her C-plus grade raised and for $1.3 million in damages. Judge Emi... read more

Master's Degree for $100

Thrun needed a way to engage all students. Down the road in Mountain ... Udacity, still in its infancy, can write its own rule book. Thrun’s philosophy of online teaching involves a nonstop barrage of ... read more

Do we need algebra? Are you kidding me?

Science 2.0 is where scientists are the journalists. We are a science education nonprofit operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Please make a tax-deductible donation if you v... read more

A Great Short Story Has a Pulse: Donald Barthelme’s ‘Game’

He asks us to play his game, with his rules. What is the syntax of a mind gone mad ... our English words come to us already reduced to their essential form; instead of Legos, they’re more like those s... read more

Schools would be great if it weren't for the kids

Upon hearing someone castigate students for being insufficiently motivated, a noneconomist might be inclined to ask two questions. The first is: “Motivated to do what, exactly”? Anything they’re told ... read more

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