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Aallyah Wright Solutions 2. Tony Young, center, former administrator in Coahoma County and current RISE instructor, helps students navigate math equations using their cell phone calculators during an evening RISE teacher certification cohort class at Coahoma Early College High School in late January.

A major test for would-be teachers will de-emphasize the more difficult math sections

Advocates say the change could help more potential teachers pass, helping schools fill vacancies in communities with shortages

Impact funds pour money into ed tech businesses

Will tracking outcomes such as student engagement and school climate be helpful?

OPINION: Restorative justice isn’t a panacea, but it can promote better relationships among students

The approach shouldn't be called anti-discipline or anti-accountability

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The secret to a successful Head Start program

Report identifies key practices that lead to academic success for Head Start grads

home based childcare

OPINION: Why are schools that predominately serve black and brown students consistently underfunded?

'Closing achievement gaps requires an approach based on the principles of democracy and equity'

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

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