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Cohen students watch as the school’s boys team squared off against KIPP Renaissance in late September. Neither school has an officially sanctioned team, so they play six-on-six matches in a club league every Saturday.

Escuchando a New Orleans

Los periodistas de Hechinger han estado en New Orleans por más de seis años, compartiendo historias sobre los grandes cambios que están sucediendo en las escuelas allí. En este…

How resources and opportunities differ for NYC students

Resources, instructional materials are drastically different for public school students living in the same city

The Challenger Learning Center at the Scobee Education Center, San Antonio College, Texas, in 2017.

From inner space to outer space, schools try new ways to help students explore

A sampling of Hechinger reporting for The New York Times’s Learning section

More kids entering foster care in states battling opioids

Though the nationwide rate of entrances is down from its 2005 peak, many states are seeing sharp increases—some state officials blame the opioid crisis.

Jackie Brenner, 18, practicing yoga in the yard of a family friend’s home in Bryn Mawr, Pa., in July. Through her nonprofit, Piece of Peace, she teaches others how to live healthy lives.

Back to school ideas for preschool thru college — and teachers too

Jackie Brenner, 18, practicing yoga in the yard of a family friend’s home in Bryn Mawr, Pa., in July. Through her nonprofit, Piece of Peace, she teaches others…

From DACA students to Rhodes Scholars to foster-care youth, a look at some unusual college-goers

A sampling of Hechinger reporting for The New York Times’ Learning section

How one test kept New York City high schools segregated

Student Voice: “I’m a Hispanic woman from the Bronx, I’m trying to get into Stuy. It’s unrealistic”

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