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Ready for Day One? Maybe not: What two new reports show about teacher preparation

  Is it possible to ensure that all teachers are effective from the first day they walk into the classroom to work?…

How to end segregation in New York City’s gifted and talented program

The problems with premises and politics

Why Americans should not be coming up with their own solutions to teacher training issues

A look at British Columbia, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore

A higher ed group that wants to sign up the students least likely to succeed?

How an unconventional Boston path can lead through college and out of poverty

Can taking pre-K classrooms outdoors end education inequity for our youngest learners?

‘Every child deserves a fair shot at the American dream’

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Eight ways New York City can raise its graduation rate to 100 percent

Former school official praises improved figures, cautions, ‘the hardest work is still ahead of us’

When talk grows cheap on campus, maybe it’s time to try listening

Muhlenberg’s leader explains what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a racial slur and why we need freedom of speech anyway

Fixing a higher education “caste system’’ that screams inequality: Help us find answers

The Trinity College Admissions Office waiting room. Photo: Julienne Schaer Enter the admissions office at Trinity College in Connecticut and you’ll find a roaring fire,…

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