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Community colleges are slowly increasing the number of students who graduate, but recgonize challenges like failing enrollment and funding problems which could derail this progress. Programs to help...

1,000 Schools That Made the Grade
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Rural America After the Recession
A Youth Today special report and photo essay by award-winning journalists explores the deep impact of poverty on rural America. Read it now >>

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4/14
The Hechinger Report
Preschoolers are expelled at three times the rate of...
4/13
The Washington Post
An appropriate curriculum for young children is one...
4/7
The Hechinger Report
There is a growing funding gap between rich and poor...
3/24
The New York Times
Competnecy based learning is no longer just about math...
3/24
College and Career Readiness and Success Center (CCRSC)
First-generation students can be succeptible to summer...

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5/1
The Hechinger Report
Community colleges are slowly increasing the number of...
5/1
NPR
New research is disproving the myth that jumping ahead...
4/29
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
Researchers are working to understand how social...
4/27
USA Today
First-generation students make up nearly one third of...
3/24
The Brookings Institution
The 2015 Brown Center Report (BCR) represents the 14th...

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3/17
Connecticut Association for Human Services
Governor Malloy proposed a budget that relies heavily...
7/21
Coalition for Community Schools
Using public schools as hubs, community schools...
5/14
Healthy Teen Network
Show your support for the Pregnant and Parenting...
4/24
YouthBuild USA
YouthBuild needs more support in the FY14 budget - act...
11/15
National Human Services Assembly
With a fiscal cliff looming in the not-so-distant...

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