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Emily Hanford Sep 10
As a nation, we've come to accept a high percentage of kids not reading well. But we shouldn't. Science shows clearly how kids learn to read and how they should be taught. Why are so many schools not doing it? Listen on
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linda lambeck 4h
A charter school puts out the “Students wanted” sign via
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Katie Gillespie Sep 12
ICYMI: A week after Vancouver Public Schools teachers approved their contract, the ramifications are becoming evident. Special education teachers say they're losing their paraeducators, at the cost of safety in their classrooms.
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Lori Higgins Sep 17
ICYMI: Baltimore. Portland. Montgomery County. Do these school districts hold the key to how Detroit can address lead in water issues? via
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Gail Cornwall Sep 10
Does bus time have to be dead time? A few innovative programs are challenging the status quo to get kids to school ready to learn. Can it help level the playing field too?
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Rafael Guerrero Sep 13
U46 spent $57,000 to send 33 people to Nashville in '17 and '18 to research, examine career pathways program
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Educate Sep 10
The prevailing approaches to reading instruction in American schools are inconsistent with basic things scientists have discovered about how children learn to read. Many educators don't know the science, and in some actively resist it. Listen here
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Wilborn P. Nobles III Sep 12
The families of two students have dropped their lawsuit against a Catholic school that refused to teach the girls until they removed their hair extensions. Neither the school nor the family attorneys have confirmed if the girls returned to school.
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Emily Richmond Sep 12
Required reading for anyone looking to get smarter about the real factors influencing student achievement, and efforts to improve classroom teaching. New NY bureau chief is my pick for this week's .
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Wilborn P. Nobles III Sep 16
John Mac was one of the city's oldest predominately black schools. The building has sat empty for years, until now. The "B"-rated Bricolage Academy has finally moved into the campus this year.
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EWA Sep 13
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David Jesse Sep 13
Replying to @freep
Wealthy alumni who have sway over the University of Michigan's $11-billion endowment have given thousands in campaign donations to members of the university's governing board. via
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Annika Hammerschlag Sep 12
‘Down here, life is still a battle’: At least 500 public school students in Collier County were displaced by Hurricane . Fast forward one year and dozens have yet to move home.
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Gabrielle Russon Sep 14
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Jennifer Chambers Sep 13
Educational partnership at Marygrove to serve Detroit children via
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Natalie Pate Sep 13
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Rafael Guerrero Sep 13
'The possibilities are endless': Close to 3,000 U46 eighth-graders explore career options at expo
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Jenny Abamu Sep 12
Immigrant Students Fight Their Fears To Stay In School | WAMU
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Natalie Pate Sep 12
attorney general: Mandatory reporters don't need to report consensual teen sexual activity via
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Natalie Pate Sep 12
school board refuses to take stance on state sanctuary ballot measure via
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