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More Latino students are earning high school diplomas as they wrestle the stubborn equity gap. Next stop, college

Three ways to ensure Hispanic educational aspirations don’t stop when secondary school ends

Why do schools use grades that teach nothing?

Hampshire College’s president on GPA ‘labels’ and the bias of standardized tests against low-income students

Did one Connecticut judge just change the conversation about education inequality?

Sweeping decision goes beyond money to focus on student outcomes; a long overdue move

Throw the cookie cutters away: Remaking high schools for the 21st Century

High School design team members check out ideas written on post-it notes during a brainstorming session. Photo: Courtesy of Will Eden Editor’s note: For more than…

Defending the Liberal Arts: My class on “Perspectives on Death and Dying” dealt in theory — until 9/11

Education helped students cope with tragedy 15 years ago and will in the future

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