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Por qué los estudiantes blancos tienen 250% más probabilidad de graduación en universidades públicas en comparación a los estudiantes afroamericanos
Federal help needed for crumbling school buildings
Kids are back in school buildings with stagnant air, leaking roofs and cracked foundations, among other problems. Congress could change that any minute. Will they?
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Elementary to High School
No catch-up strategy can possibly benefit all students. But studies do point toward which strategies are most effective, how they can best be implemented — and what approaches might be a waste of time and money.
We know what will work to help kids catch up after the pandemic’s unprecedented disruptions to education. This series of stories explores how schools and districts have embraced best practices for back to school.
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