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OPINION: Has new public funding for a church playground emboldened parochial schools seeking vouchers?

What may buoy Catholic schools plagued by declining enrollments could pose concerns for our larger democracy

The only A-rated, majority-black district in Mississippi

Racially integrated Clinton receives top scores

The district where kids beg to go to summer school

No grades and lots of laptop time in a tiny Idaho town pushing the envelope in personalized education

Advocating for rural students and teachers – in frozen, fly-in-only territory

A Canadian teacher of the year finds satisfaction in an unusual place

When a hyped school model proves difficult to replicate

Results don’t always come fast when copying a promising practice, research shows

Teachers at Piedmont Elementary School use iPads each morning with the school’s youngest students to check student emotions before beginning class work. (Photo by Jackie Mader)

Learning is social and emotional; our classrooms should be too

Accountability should not equal punishment

I got to choose private schools, but will vouchers really help other kids make it?

One of the first cities to embrace private school vouchers thinks not

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PODCAST: How will Trump’s budget proposal impact food access for kids?

Cuts to programs that serve kids have families, educators concerned

When personalized learning includes skateboarding: One suburban district’s dramatic transformation

Can a giant San Diego-area high school keep kids in school with new approach?

TEACHER VOICE: When it comes to teacher training, the U.S. could learn a thing or two from Canada

How the province of Alberta handles preparation and certification

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