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Apple is holding an event on March 27 — and it looks like new iPads are coming

Apple revealed it was holding an event on March 27 in Chicago.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Trump’s education secretary has stumbled through a series of high-profile interviews, struggling to explain her own department’s policies

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos stumbled through high-profile interviews, in which she appeared unable to explain several of her department's key policies.
Savannah Guthrie and Betsy DeVos

Trump’s education secretary chided him for calling NBC’s Chuck Todd ‘a sleeping son of a b—-‘

Secretary Betsy DeVos was forced to address the president's vulgar name-calling during a Monday morning interview with NBC host Savannah Guthrie.
A teacher speaks to her students in a classroom on the first day of a new school term in Tripoli September 17, 2011 .

There’s no such thing as ‘auditory’ or ‘visual’ learners

Trump may prefer to hear new information, while Obama liked to read, but science shows catering to "learning style" preferences doesn't improve performance.
OECD head of education Andreas Schleicher.

The Trump administration has opted out of testing whether school kids can recognise fake news

The OECD's 'global competence' test measures 15-year-olds' ability to spot fake news.

An education startup you’ve never heard of is now in 70% of US school districts

The startup Kiddom is quickly enticing teachers across the US with the "personalized learning" model.
Shane Feldman, an undercover high school student on the documentary series "Undercover High." Most people wouldn't dare relive their high school experiences. These people did.

7 young adults went undercover as high-school students and found that life as a teenager today is nothing like they remember

Seven young adults went undercover as students at a Kansas high school for the A&E documentary series "Undercover High."

A Stanford study of 45 million students found something startling about which kids succeed

How much students grew over a five-year period, far more than their average test scores, revealed which schools had the most effective education.

An Ivy League professor explains chaos theory, the prisoner’s dilemma, and why math isn’t really boring

Cornell University's Steven Strogatz speaks with Business Insider about loads of cool things that have to do with math.