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OPINION: Is this the way to transform struggling rural schools?

When students understand what and why they are learning

Students at a charter school near Washington, D.C.

Dress codes can’t cover for bad teaching

Rules for black girls abound, and provide more opportunity for punishment

An exhibit at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Students around the state say education on the Civil Rights Movement is lacking in schools.

OPINION: AP Physics as a force for civil rights?

Students become the first in this Mississippi county to take competitive STEM test

Wes McEntee works on one of several manufacturing machines students use at Vermont Technical College.

OPINION: 3 reasons that career and technical education doesn’t preclude college

Confronting some misconceptions about future learners

Nettie Hunt and her daughter Nickie sit on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court. Nettie explains to her daughter the meaning of the high court's ruling in the Brown Vs. Board of Education case that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.

Any educational reform that ignores segregation is doomed to failure

A new report finds that such reforms only placate white people, don't bring equity

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OPINION: What’s the high-tech tradeoff for students and teachers?

A look at the ethics of public education in an increasingly digital world

OPINION: Fewer students have to take college remedial math, data show

‘Under-placements’ disproportionately affect black and brown students

A sculpture by artist Kwame Akoto-Bamfo, part of the Nkyinkyim Installation, of enslaved people in chains is shown after entering The National Memorial for Peace and Justice on April 20, 2018 in Montgomery, Al.

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a lesson students sorely need

Our history books don’t do enough to teach us America's dark past of lynching at the hands of white terrorists

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