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Maria Malik will be going to Princeton University in the fall on a full scholarship.

How one observant Muslim girl persuaded her parents to let her go to Princeton

Maria Malik will be going to Princeton University in the fall on a full scholarship. Photo: Meredith Kolodner When Maria Malik found out she had been…

Juniors at the High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture prepare to erect walls for small houses they will build on the school grounds.

Even vocational high schools are pushing kids to go to college

Growing pains for high schools offering career and technical training

Students use a break between classes at Bowman High School for a drum circle.

There’s no good way to know how California’s alternative schools are working

Thousands of low-income students flood schools designed for the most vulnerable students, but no one is keeping track of what happens to them

James Brooks, director of marketing at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Degrees Matter! associate director Camy Sorge, and pastor Odell Cleveland work together to encourage members of the congregation to return to school.

From pews to classes, a new push for higher ed in church

How one pastor does what policymakers often can’t: help people go back to college

The crowd Monday morning at the ISTE 2015 conference in Philadelphia.

Blended learning emerges as a leading trend in education technology, report says

An annual report explores the leading trends driving the adoption of education technology in schools worldwide

A panel discussion during “The State of Entrepreneurship in K-12 Education,” a conference hosted Wednesday at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.

Barbarians, carrots and sticks? Oh my! Some words used to describe trends in educational entrepreneurship

Nine leaders shared their insights in reports released Wednesday

Classroom volunteer Aimee Menne helps teach one of the only computer science classes currently offered at San Francisco’s Mission High.

In San Francisco, computer science for all…soon

Rollout to start with middle schools this fall; all elementary and pre-k to follow in next few years

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Lack of diversity among tech leadership could stall advances for children of color

John Branam John Branam, a partner at the California-based The Learning Accelerator, probably won’t be the most popular guy in Silicon Valley in Silicon Valley in…

Wanted: More solutions for solving the homework gap

When children can’t get online at home it’s harder for them to take advantage of digital learning resources

Edison Elementary School language development teacher Kelly Budde created a new theater class to help English language learners improve language and literacy and master the more rigorous requirements of Common Core.

Theater helps English learners master Common Core: But can it close the achievement gap?

Edison Elementary School language development teacher Kelly Budde created a new theater class to help English language learners improve language and literacy and master the more rigorous requirements…

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