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Eligible for job and college aid, half of Tennesseans with disabilities get nothing

State officials relinquish millions of dollars that could fix the problems

Could a plan to improve early education be putting the squeeze on child care centers?

Louisiana educators wrestle over a big idea to overhaul the early years without harming private providers

After a falling, college graduation rates begin to rebound

Despite huge push, most recent figures remain just short of pre-decline levels

Mississippi defies national trend; decreases scrutiny of early child care quality

Experts say improving the quality of child care is important because early childhood is a critical time for brain development

How child care quality could take a hit when Mississippi’s resource libraries shut down

Child care centers relied on the early education agency the state is now closing with no public plans to replace it

Universities cut services for a big group of their students: those over 25

Though more adults need higher educations, their enrollment has begun to fall

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Mississippi raises the bar students have to meet to pass third grade

“For too long we have set low expectations,” state senator says

No guns or grown-ups allowed: Students solve their own problems with mediation

Students get help and lifelong skills with peer mediation

Are uncertified teachers better than substitutes?

Nevada’s emergency response to dire shortage tests how much preparation teachers need

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