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OPINION: How our youngest, neediest learners benefit from deeper phonics and other reforms

'Struggles with early literacy are often devastating'

When personalized learning also boosts special education students

A Brooklyn school’s commitment to personalized learning draws double the portion of special ed students as its local district

OPINION: Three ways to help more low-income students get through college

The challenge of not knowing 'the unwritten rules of life'

Regulations for child care hard to roll back, as Trump proposed, because there aren’t many

According to reporting by The Hechinger Report, the lack of tight regulations is contributing to an epidemic of poor quality care offered to young children in the U.S.

TEACHER VOICE: The gaping hole in President Trump’s proposed education budget

How cuts in federal money for teachers' professional development will hurt students

education research

The dark side of education research: widespread bias

Johns Hopkins study finds that insider research shows 70 percent more benefits to students than independent research

Colleges start looking for ways to house and feed their students who are homeless

Often demanded by fellow students, small fixes chip away at a surprisingly big problem

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Operation Varsity Blues proves we need affirmative action

Affirmative action isn’t the problem, it’s wealthy parents who are robbing underrepresented groups of opportunities to climb the social ladder.

OPINION: Shocked by the college admissions scandal? School counselors aren’t

'The students who need the most support receive the least'

OPINION: How colleges can cash in on the latest admissions scandal — without breaking the law

A completely legal plan to separate the richest parents from their money, and to help poor and middle-class students, too

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