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UNC report: 18 years of academic fraud

For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independent report released Wednesday.

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PhotoMath app solves equations for you

Say it with us: Kids today have it sooooo easy. A new smartphone app will do their math homework for them, provided it's not too complicated.

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Reuters

Why Chicago is mandating coding education

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel believes the language of the future is code writing -- and he wants every kid in Chicago to be prepared.

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WPIX

100-year-old teacher not interested in retiring

For most of us, hearing about your birthday on the radio is a seldom occurrence. However, in the case of Brooklyn math teacher Madeline Scotto, it's pretty much warranted.

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Centers for Disease Control

Syracuse University disinvites journalist over Ebola fears

Photojournalist Michel du Cille was scheduled to appear before students at Syracuse University this week.

But his invite was rescinded on Thursday over concerns about his potential contact with the Ebola virus.

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Teens face 'like' and 'FOMO' anxiety

Ask any teen whether he or she suffers from social media anxiety, and the answer will probably be no.

That's what happened when six teens and adolescents -- five from New York and one from Los Angeles -- got together recently for a unique weeklong…

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WTKR

Man brings hatchet to school; 'seemed like a good idea'

A Virginia man is accused of bringing a hatchet into a high school, telling a TV reporter it "seemed like a good idea at the time."

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Texas college bans students from 'Ebola countries'

A college in Texas is apologizing after banning students from Nigeria and other "Ebola countries."

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Bus driver arrested for DUI while driving students

A school bus driver in Utah is accused of driving under the influence while transporting elementary students on a field trip.

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Business schools are on a hiring spree

Business schools are trying to solve their own problem of supply and demand: finding enough professors.

Schools are on a hiring spree. There were 15,000 more business professors in 2013 than in 2008, according to the most recent U.S. Labor…

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