Race

A path out of trouble

How one state supports its teenagers while a neighboring state punishes them

Protecting Or policing?

School-based police officers are paid to protect our kids. But sometimes they do more harm than good

Students scramble as application season races down to the wire

Deadlines, endless forms, constant college prep pressure at Mass. charter school — is the finish line in sight for these low-income students?

Colleges face a new reality, as the number of high school graduates will decline

An increase in low-income and minority-group students will challenge colleges to serve them better

We need more black people rooting for tech entrepreneurs, not just football players

America’s future is at stake if we keep excluding people of color from tech jobs

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

Students get help and lifelong skills with peer mediation

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Canadian schools succeed in nudging one minority group to and through college

Despite continued challenges, similar approaches could help nonwhites in the U.S.

At the University of Georgia, black students navigate in a white world

As the flagship campus seeks diversity, it also seeks to be more welcoming

At Georgia State, more black students graduate each year than at any U.S. college

Support services, counseling help boost academic performances for all

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