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New routes to success in learning are popping up around the country

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

Not going it alone: International education programs in an age of isolation

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

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A Game of College: Can you get into college and finish a degree without taking on too much debt?

It’s your junior year of high school. You want to go to college. You've heard your salary can be a lot higher if you have a bachelor's degree, but getting into a good school is difficult and finishing college is even harder. Do you know what it takes to find the right school, pay for it, declare your major and graduate on time?

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College financial aid letters are confusing. We made a tool to help figure them out

What is that college really offering you for financial aid? Use our Offer Letter Decoder to better understand confusing financial aid offers.

New programs find ways to foster student resilience

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

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.

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