Student vets, classroom accommodations, brave spaces, academic competition, homework and social justice, and more: Required Readings, 05.24.15
A federal requirement that public colleges and universities receiving GI Bill funding provide recent veterans with in-state tuition will take effect on January 1, 2016, rather than July 1 of this year.
From our sister site Skeptability: a college student with autism discusses in the context of a chemistry lab how professors can improve the educational experiences of learning disabled and other students.
A teacher reflects on the The Power of Gold Nail Polish in creating “brave spaces” for students and instructors in the classroom.
A class-action lawsuit alleges that one Los Angeles school district has failed to address the impact of trauma on student learning, testing whether “complex trauma” qualifies as a disability under federal law
Parents in northern Nigeria are pulling their daughters from school in response to mass abductions by Boko Haram militants.
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