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Children can see adult decisions killing New Orleans youth

Let’s give our kids a fighting chance

The new North-South divide: public higher education

Southern universities and colleges are disproportionately losing funding, students

App helps English Language learners build confidence

Kathy Rogers teaches at Louis Pizitz Middle School in Vestavia Hills, Ala. When a new seventh-grader joined her homeroom class last year, the veteran teacher faced a challenge: the…

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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…

A solution as obvious as it is rare: Making high school graduates ready for college

A few states have started intervening in high school to help students avoid remediation

New high score: Game-based learning is a winner in college remedial math

Summer pilot program at Borough of Manhattan Community College

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