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The Lyons Danse macabre at the Princeton University library, one of two surviving copies, contains the earliest depiction of a printing shop: one skeleton of death seizes the surprised compositor, another the pressman, and another, in adjacent scene, a dismayed bookseller standing at his counter.

Will ChatGPT Unflip the Classroom?

Teachers must ensure students are learning—and not just outsourcing tasks to artificial intelligence
Jill Biden is seen on C-Span during an appearance after the November 2022 midterm elections, speaking at the College Promise Careers Institute. “This is one area where we can make real, bipartisan progress,” Biden said.

Jill Biden Pushes “Promise Programs” as Post-Election Progress Area

Free community college idea could backfire by drawing some students away from four-year institutions
Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister, Manish Sisodia seen during a press conference on the eve of Teachers Day at Delhi Secretariat, in New Delhi, September 4, 2021.

Inside the “Delhi Education Revolution”

Better buildings, a “happiness curriculum,” mentor teachers—and higher test scores
Students at Stuyvesant High School leave after classes end for the week, March 13, 2020, in New York.

The Biggest Enemy of Equity Isn’t Excellence. It’s Mediocrity.

Schools can help children achieve their full potential.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy

What Did the House Speaker Fight Mean? An Education in Civics Can Explain

Amid classroom fixation on activism, institutions also matter.
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Numeracy for All

U.S. kids were struggling in math even before the pandemic. Here are four key ways to help students understand.
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2023 Edu-Scholar Public Influence: Top 10 Lists

Here’s how scholars fared when it came to particular fields of study
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The 2023 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

64 universities had at least one ranked scholar

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