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Is school choice helping or hurting Catholic schools in New Orleans?

Fresh on the job, the city’s first black Catholic schools chief remains optimistic in face of flagging enrollment, new competition

A high school library in a school district in Mentor, Ohio, was redesigned to fit the school’s vision for blended learning.

Bridging the divide between ed tech research and the classroom

A website provides a way to visualize complex research into teaching and learning

New study reveals cities where low-income students are doing best

When it comes to educating students from urban low-income families, according to a new study, one state leads the pack. And it’s one you might not expect. Texas cities were…

Unlike the students they oversee, most college presidents are white and male

New report finds only slow progress toward diversifying the top jobs on campus

In high-crime areas, education reform needs to expand outside the classroom

A science project can be the difference between life and death for kids in New Orleans

Mississippi tops rankings as ‘highest priority state’ in rural education

High poverty, low instructional spending have led to poor outcomes, report finds

Students sat in cubicles using computers. It wasn’t popular.

Early successes at Carpe Diem’s tech-heavy school didn’t last

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The future of proficiency-based education

Will a focus on mastering skills take off in Maine, or will schools change their terms without changing their teaching?

PODCAST: What happens when students get into college—but can’t afford to attend?

How college financial aid benefits wealthier students

A school district is building a DIY broadband network

Internet will be beamed into student homes on frequencies set aside for schools decades ago -- but mostly sold off to business since then

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