U.S. Department of Education Acts on School Safety Report Recommendation to Improve Understanding of Student Privacy Law
Posted on Tuesday February 12, 2019

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Education today released a comprehensive set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on schools’ and districts’ responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in the context of school safety.

5 Ways Agricultural Education and FFA Shape Students’ Futures
Posted on Friday February 08, 2019

Agricultural education and FFA have long been essential parts of our nation’s career and technical education system. It’s only fitting during National CTE Month to celebrate how FFA and agricultural education play a crucial role in defining a student’s path toward new and significant achievements. One of the best lenses to look through to see Continue Reading

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos: President Right to Call for Expanded Education Freedom
Posted on Wednesday February 06, 2019

In tonight's State of the Union Address, President Donald J. Trump reaffirmed his commitment to expanding education freedom and empowering every student with opportunities to learn where and how works best. U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released the following statement on the President's remarks:

Career Pathways, Post-Secondary Options…Call on the Experts
Posted on Tuesday February 05, 2019

We call in the experts when we need brake service on our car, electrical work in our home, or tax planning for our future. The experts who our students can turn to about career pathways and post-secondary options are in our schools, poised to guide, advocate for, and support students on their journey. They are Continue Reading

How to Deduct Student Loan Interest on your Taxes (1098-E)
Posted on Friday February 01, 2019

Student loans, interest payments, and taxes: three things that have scared many people for years now. Read on to learn how these things can benefit you. If you made federal student loan payments in 2018, you may be eligible to deduct a portion of the interest paid on your 2018 federal tax return. This is Continue Reading

Episode #1908
Posted on Sunday February 17, 2019

Our broadcast show for February 15, 2019.

To Move Forward, Parkland Shooting Survivor Leaves Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019

It's been a year of struggle for Parkland school survivor Annabel Claprood. One year after the mass shooting, she's no longer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Former Teacher Blames Education Policymakers For Atlanta Cheating Scandal
Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019

Shani Robinson was one of 11 Atlanta teachers convicted of altering standardized test results in 2015. In None of the Above, she pleads her innocence — and points a finger at systemic failure.

Universities Scour Yearbooks After Northam
Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019

After the controversy over a blackface photo in Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook, universities are reviewing their yearbooks for material that could be considered racist or offensive.

Ph.D. Student Breaks Down Electron Physics Into A Swinging Musical
Posted on Saturday February 16, 2019

John Bohannon, founder of Science magazine's "Dance Your Ph.D." contest, presents the 2018 winner, Pramodh Senarath Yapa. He won over judges with his choreographic rendition of some chaotic electrons.

Training technicians in developing technologies
Posted on Friday February 15, 2019

MIT leads AIM Photonics Academy’s development of a technician-training apprenticeship program.

Predicting sequence from structure
Posted on Friday February 15, 2019

Researchers have devised a faster, more efficient way to design custom peptides and perturb protein-protein interactions.

MLK Luncheon: America’s bank of justice is overdrawn but not bankrupt
Posted on Friday February 15, 2019

Rahsaan Hall of the ACLU’s Massachusetts branch delivers keynote at annual MIT event.

From summer research program to PhD dissertation
Posted on Friday February 15, 2019

Graduate student Raspberry Simpson’s scientific journey approaches fruition.

Dance brings a community together
Posted on Thursday February 14, 2019

MIT Bhangra hosts Independent Activities Period workshops to spread the bhangra lifestyle.