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As college costs rise, so do the number of administrators

Why the ranks of bureaucrats on campus continues to increase

Why do black teachers leave—and how do we fix that?

Hechinger Twitter chat explores how to recruit, retain black teachers

Educators ponder meaning of a Trump presidency: Plea for “the vulnerable and the bullied”

Many of those who are reacting to his presidency say more is unknown about what’s next than is known

How to talk to black students about the Tulsa shooting

From Twitter to the classroom: A teacher explains how to help students cope in a series of 18 tweets

As a new school year begins, hundreds of thousands of students won’t be able to, for one vexing reason

  A new school year brings nervousness, excitement and expectation. But for more than one in four beginning college students, that’s about…

Ninth grade students organize nuts and bolts the day after their end-of-the-year showcase in which they flew their school-made drones for parents and visitors.

What can be done about failing U.S. high schools? A look back and ahead

Ninth grade students at High Tech High School organize nuts and bolts the day after their end-of-the-year showcase in which they flew their school-made drones for parents and…

The problem with having fewer men than women going to college

It could close the gender gap, but reduce the total number of people with degrees

From widows’ pensions to Obama: An early education timeline

A history of federal policy on early education in America

See where public preschool access and quality overlap

Most states have high-quality programs available to only a few

Interview with Hechinger: Will the candidates’ proposals for free or cheaper college work?

Hechinger Report higher-education editor Jon Marcus appeared on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show to speak about whether cost is keeping people from higher educations at a time when some presidential candidates…

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