The best of the web on education from kindergarten to postsecondary, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail education editor Simona Chiose.
Faculty are reluctant to use family-friendly policies when they are trying to get established in their careers, a new book on women and academia finds.
A professor new to online teaching discovers she gets to know the students better in an online course that allows personal connections - as birds tweet in the background in a Dublin garden - than in the physical classroom.
If you are going to drop out of university, this British student argues, do it quickly and do it with a plan.
Hard to say if the most important legacy of this female engineer was the modern kitchen or the recognition that household work was unpaid labour and worthy of academic analysis.