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Riding New York City’s Desire Line

published about 3 hours ago
Desire lines, says architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, are marked by economic development and evolving travel patterns. He plots today’s desire line along the waterfronts of Brooklyn and Queens.

Franklin Institute helps open schools - in Egypt

published about 3 hours ago
To most, the Franklin Institute might be known for its big walk-through replica of the heart, blockbuster shows, and, starting this summer, a new wing with a Big Brain.

Suspected Player in Art Scams Is Arrested in Spain

published about 3 hours ago
An art dealer was taken into custody in connection with a swindle that led collectors to spend more than $80 million on phony masterworks. The United States is expected to request his extradition.

Joint strikes by major teaching unions unlikely

published about 5 hours ago
Joint strikes by major teaching unions unlikely
NUT and NASUWT take different stances on industrial action at their respective annual conferences Continue reading...

Teachers consider boycott over testing of four-year-olds

published about 6 hours ago
Teachers consider boycott over testing of four-year-olds
National Union of Teachers conference debates motion criticising plan for 'baseline assessment' of literacy and numeracy Continue reading...