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Supreme Court decision on affirmative action could change college admissions nationally – and prompt more lawsuits

Top 10 percent rule wasn’t on trial but it may get a boost from the decision

Affirmative action wins a major victory at the Supreme Court

Demonstrators gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Thursday, June 23, 2016. In a major victory for affirmative action, a divided Supreme Court upheld the University of Texas…

Is Estonia the new Finland?

With a focus on equity, Estonia has quietly joined ranks of the global education elite

Students share human-centered designs at Emoti-Con technology showcase

Ideas — and beach balls — were flying as students at the New York Emoti-Con event kicked off the day with an exercise in low-tech problem solving: use…

Virtual charter schools need “bold action” for change, says national charter school advocacy group

The major advocacy group for public charter schools is concerned that failing online charter schools may be hurting the credibility of the movement as a whole. In a report…

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Elementary school teachers struggle with Common Core math standards

Here’s how some education programs are trying to help

The Orlando shooting: Can educating the public keep LGBTQ youth safe?

The urgency of protecting LGBTQ youth has now been revealed. It is eerily prescient that two days before Sunday’s terror attack aimed at the gay community in Orlando, Florida, black…

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