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Leona Tate, 64, who helped to desegregate the Deep South when she was six years old.

As a 6-year-old, Leona Tate helped desegregate schools. Now she wants others to learn that history

Tate plans to open an educational center in the New Orleans school she attended as one of only three black students in 1960

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OPINION: Is home-based public school the next big thing for 3-year-olds?

Benefits for families in New York City's 3-K plan, despite potential hurdles

10 of the most important stories about education research in 2018

Insights into implicit bias in the classroom, declining numbers of students and educating immigrant students

OPINION: Don’t count teachers out of school redesign

Ways to create new learning opportunities for staff as well as students

(Left to right) Carol Cannon and her son, Johnathan, welcome teachers Cathy Jack and Pamela George for the first of two visits the pair will make to their Hemphill, West Virginia, home. The second visit will follow early in the new year.

Home visiting in high school: Trying an intervention for toddlers on teenagers

A struggling West Virginia district sends teachers to students’ homes to help them get to college

Curtis Chapin, a Crew advisor and language arts teacher at King Middle School in Portland, Maine, reviews the “Crew Contract” signed by each member.

What if personalized learning was less about me and more about us?

A quarter-century-old school network offers some team spirit to the new push for personalized learning

Schools don’t have to reinvent the wheel

Organizations that share proven models with many schools could increase the pace of innovation

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OPINION: Employers must do more to support foster parents

Even in family-friendly workplaces, foster families don't get as much flexibility and understanding as biological families, to the detriment of kids in foster care

Schools need to step up to fight a rise in suicides among black children

Suicide rates for black children have doubled; we need to find out why and do something about it

Nurse Polita Williams weighs 8-month-old Jamir during a home visit.

More than 220,000 Mississippi children may be missing out on promising home visiting program

More families are receiving home visits, but hundreds of thousands still in need

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