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A fifth grader at Maple Hill Elementary School works on a digital lesson as part of the new blended learning program in New York’s Middletown Enlarged City School District. (Photo: Meghan E. Murphy)

School of Me: Letting students study what they want, when they want is the latest education trend

How technology is reviving enthusiasm for an old idea in education

Can children learn from a “mixed-reality” game?

Two Forest Grove Elementary School students show off their block structures for Nesra Yannier to photograph during an experiment. Photo: Jill Barshay PITTSBURGH — At Forest…

Students, feeling nickel-and-dimed, force new scrutiny of college fees

A handful of schools call a halt to unexpected fees that are rising faster than tuition

Detentions, suspension and expulsion do not curb violent behavior

The positive approaches, support systems that work

More universities and colleges reach out to boost their home communities

In a time of falling trust, the trend is in institutions’ self-interest as well as social interest

A path out of trouble

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

A military college doubles down on making learning faster, longer lasting

Could this innovation help civilian universities speed their students to degrees?

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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?

Twenty-one and in high school

A Bronx school bets on relationships to give high school dropouts a second chance

Defying political pushback, private colleges quietly enroll undocumented students

Outside financial support helps, but post-election realities may overcome bold rhetoric

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