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Students in a new “Geometry in Construction” class at Eureka High School near St. Louis, Missouri, prop up a wall of the tiny house they built.

Students apply geometry lessons to build tiny houses

Hands-on work means math skills are “not going to waste,” students say

Modern apprenticeships offer path to career — and college

No longer an either-or proposition: Students plan apprenticeships then college on the way to the workforce.

Helping teens find their purpose

A new movement in schools makes room for students to explore life’s big questions

Rival studies shed light on the merits of a Montessori education

Benefits seen at preschools in Hartford but not high schools in the Netherlands

Rhodes College’s Daughdrill Tower.

OPINION: College students are wrong to drop music class

The benefits to brain and balance

Ian Bickford

OPINION: The college prep that’s worse than neutral? High school

How 'early college' reimagines the path to higher ed

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Students in Mount View High School teacher Amber Shirley’s math class work on an assignment.

Can putting the least-experienced teachers in the highest-risk schools ever result in success?

A district seeks teachers who will put down roots and stay

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