The Supreme Court today upheld the constitutional validity of the Right to Education Act, which mandates that 25 per cent seats in all schools be reserved for the economically disadvantaged. A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice R M Lodha said that the Act will not apply to aided or unaided minority institutions. #NewsTracker#Supreme Court#Right to Education#RTE
While critics slammed Alberta’s newly appointed education minister for his ties to a church that sees homosexuality as a sin, that minister and the premier were arranging a meeting with a well-known advocate for sexual-minority rights. Kris Wells, th...
A New York University has published the letter she personally wrote to school president John Sexton explaining her anger that she must drop out of college due to financial concerns, seeing it as the only way to avoid a life in education debt. Lucy Pa... #New York University#Virginia#John Sexton
Mothers may wonder why there's no such thing as a smart breast pump yet—and rightly so. As applications and services continue to change the way we exercise, eat, and sleep, the breast pump technology that exists today remains similar to the kind my o... #New York University#Virginia#John Sexton