Bethel School District No. 403 v. Fraser 23-11-2011, 14:37

A 1986 decision that clarified the Supreme Court’s 1969 decision in TINKER V. DES MOINES INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT regarding student First Amendment rights of free speech.

Nicholas Murray Butler (1862–1947) 3-04-2011, 11:45
Educator, Nobel Prize laureate and an architect of the modern American university.
Busing 3-04-2011, 11:41
The free transportation of school children to and from their homes and their school and school activities.
Business school 3-04-2011, 11:39
Variously, a degree-granting undergraduate or graduate school at a university, or a vocational or trade school offering instruction in basic clerical skills required in most businesses.
Aaron Burr, Sr. (1716–1757) 3-04-2011, 11:37
American minister and educator who cofounded the COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, which later became Princeton University.
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) 3-04-2011, 11:34
A controversial agency in the U.S. Department of Interior charged with helping AMERICAN INDIANS and Native Alaskans govern themselves and develop their resources.
Bullying 3-04-2011, 11:30
The browbeating or physical victimization of a youngster by one or more other more powerful youngsters.
Building blocks 3-04-2011, 11:28
A basic pedagogical device for converting play into effective learning by preschool, kindergarten and many elementary school children.
Thomas Budd (d. 1698) 3-04-2011, 11:26
Author of the first proposal for public education in the American colonies.
Buckley Amendment 3-04-2011, 11:23
A federal law giving adult students and parents of minors access to, and certain rights to, amend all files related to their school, college and university records.
Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry 3-04-2011, 11:21
One of several “colleges” established by socialists, labor union leaders and intellectuals attempting to establish egalitarian educational facilities for American workers during the years between World Wars I and II.
William Jennings Bryan (1860–1925) 3-04-2011, 11:18
American lawyer, editor, syndicated columnist, congressman, presidential candidate, secretary of state and a prosecuting attorney in the famed SCOPES MONKEY TRIAL.
Jerome Seymour Bruner (1915– ) 3-04-2011, 11:15
American psychologist and theorist noted for his research and writings on the learning process.
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka 3-04-2011, 11:13
The landmark 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision that outlawed racial segregation in American public schools and signaled the end to racial segregation in all public facilities in the United States.
Brown University 3-04-2011, 11:11
The earliest American college to abandon religious affiliation as a requirement for admission.
Henry Peter Brougham, first Baron Brougham and Vaux (Lord) (1778–1868) 3-04-2011, 11:07
Scottish-born jurist, political leader and social and educational reformer whose innovations revolutionized British and, eventually, American education.
Brookwood Labor College 3-04-2011, 11:03
One of several pseudo “colleges” established by American labor unions and the Socialist Party during the years between World Wars I and II.
British Infant School 3-04-2011, 11:03
A British primary school that uses play as the central activity for teaching children between the ages of five and seven or eight.
John Brinsley (d. 1633) 3-04-2011, 11:01
English preacherschoolmaster and author of A Consolation for Our Grammar Schooles (1622), which became a standard pedagogical guide for Puritan schoolmasters in the colonies.
Briggs v. Elliot 3-04-2011, 11:00
One of four separate cases consolidated by the U.S. Supreme Court into the single landmark case known as BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF TOPEKA.
Bread Loaf School of English 31-03-2011, 13:51
A degreegranting graduate summer school of literature studies and writing courses for teachers of English.
Thomas Bray (1656–1730) 31-03-2011, 13:49
English-born Anglican priest responsible for establishing the first lending libraries in the American colonies.
Brainerd Mission 31-03-2011, 13:47
The first educational institution designed to assimilate Indians into white, Protestant, American society.
Braille 31-03-2011, 13:45
A system of reading for the blind, using raised dots as symbols for each letter.
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