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Teachers reveal the 7 things they wish they could tell parents — but can’t

Business Insider spoke with a dozen teachers on the 7 most common things they wish they could tell parents about their kids.

Coding through play: How Lego is evolving to address the educational needs of young STEM learners today

Coding toys that develop and nurture STEM skills are a natural extension of Lego's story of analytical and imaginative play.
Harvard University is estimated to have produced more than 13,000 ultra-high-net-worth individuals.

The top 20 US universities with the wealthiest alumni, ranked

Where you attend college can influence future earnings. Ivy Leagues, private universities, and California schools produce the wealthiest individuals.

10 once-popular classrooms items that are becoming obsolete

From rolling TV carts to the art of cursive writing, here are the things we remember from school that are becoming or have become obsolete.
High school graduation.

New York high school students held a ‘silent graduation’ to help a classmate with autism

The graduating class at Carmel High School stood together in silence so their fellow classmate, who's hypersensitive to sound, felt comfortable.

This brother and sister duo are selling fireworks to pay for college

The ever-increasing cost of college has forced some students to get creative. One brother-sister duo decided to open a firework store.

Here’s what LGBT Gen Z students want in their future employers — and where they want to work

The next generation of LGBT students know what they want in the workplace, and they're not afraid to be vocal about it.

A Texas prosecutor charged 216 high-school students with making school threats in just 3 months, fearing another Parkland shooting

Harris County's chief juvenile prosecutor said many of the students' charges were reduced or dropped after prosecutors looked into the cases.

A college graduate with $30,000 in debt fled the US to avoid paying back his student loans

Chad Albright, 39, left the US for China in 2011, four years after graduating from Millersville University in Millersville, Pennslyvania.

Under a new law, students in the Philippines must plant 10 trees before they can graduate elementary, high school and college

"While we recognise the right of the youth to a balanced and healthy ecology... there is no reason why they cannot be made to contribute."