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June 14, 2013 More Time in School?
Karen Pittman reacts to a New York Times online forum on increasing learning time in school.
To maintain a continuity of support for students, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) have opened their school buildings to families, communities, and partners, even when ...
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A man, a troubled middle school and one unlikely decision that sparked a turnaround.
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Two brave youth with ambition and a desire to succeed share how the barriers of homelessness affected their pathways to education and employment
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What the "fiscal cliff" and compromises will mean for children, youth and families.
A new initiative in Pennsylvania, led by their first lady, aims to keep students on track to graduate acros the state.
Youth across the country are leading a movement for solutions to gun violence that work.
The vast majority (nearly 70 percent) of low-income students attending elite colleges hail from just 15 large metropolitan areas. What's up with that?
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Under Oregon Governor Kitzhaber’s education overhaul, which he launched in 2011, every Oregon student will have to meet academic milestones—kindergarten ...
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The U.S. Department of Education takes a critical step forward in moving towards a more flexible and innovative financial aid system—one that privileges (and ...
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What Kids Can Do reports on the Mikva Challenge youth's recommendations to their local Chicago principals.