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New study shows more degrees earned at colleges and universities that serve minorities

The official federal graduation rates for colleges and universities that serve large numbers of black, Latino and Asian students significantly underestimate how many of their students are earning degrees, according…

Schools collect more data, but how is it used?

Almost every state collects and stores student data; few make it accessible to parents and teachers

Buffalo shows turnaround of urban schools is possible, but it takes a lot more than just money

Black and Latino students have seen the most dramatic improvements, significantly narrowing the graduation gap with their white peers

5 Mississippi education stories you may have missed this summer

Rural school innovation, food insecurity, and homeless students among top summer stories

African-American boys who tell better stories as preschoolers may learn to read more quickly

African-American children tend to have stronger oral narrative skills in preschool, a new study says. For boys, that may pay dividends later on

The only A-rated, majority-black district in Mississippi

Racially integrated Clinton receives top scores

The district where kids beg to go to summer school

No grades and lots of laptop time in a tiny Idaho town pushing the envelope in personalized education

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Advocating for rural students and teachers – in frozen, fly-in-only territory

A Canadian teacher of the year finds satisfaction in an unusual place

When a hyped school model proves difficult to replicate

Results don’t always come fast when copying a promising practice, research shows

Study: Potential earnings not a factor in high school students’ college choices

But researchers say wage prospects could have an impact if included with other information

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