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Why a judge’s ruling on education funding puts Connecticut at a crossroads

A warning — and a chance at redemption

How will 4-year-olds find joy in learning if they lack food, sleep, medicine and shelter?

The high-quality pre-K programs that succeed by addressing the whole child

What if #FreeCollege actually hurts the very students it is supposed to help?

Trump and Clinton are likely to look at this question. So does a new study

How to talk to black students about the Tulsa shooting

From Twitter to the classroom: A teacher explains how to help students cope in a series of 18 tweets

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Why do schools use grades that teach nothing?

Hampshire College’s president on GPA ‘labels’ and the bias of standardized tests against low-income students

Did one Connecticut judge just change the conversation about education inequality?

Sweeping decision goes beyond money to focus on student outcomes; a long overdue move

Throw the cookie cutters away: Remaking high schools for the 21st Century

High School design team members check out ideas written on post-it notes during a brainstorming session. Photo: Courtesy of Will Eden Editor’s note: For more than…

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