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Kathy Ishizuka Nov 14
Our November cover story: Can Diverse Books Save Us? In a divided world, librarians are on a mission
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Rachel Abbey McCafferty 17h
Say Yes to Education President Gene Chasin and think Cleveland is well on its way to meeting the milestones it needs to become a chapter. The first in a series.
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Keung Hui Nov 14
Thousands of North Carolina teachers marched on state lawmakers in May with a warning they'd vote in November for 'pro-education candidates.' Event organizers say that chant became reality last week when the GOP lost its legislative supermajority.
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Samantha Hernandez Nov 14
Creating opportunity: Casa ALBA, NWTC partner to help Spanish speaking adults get GEDs via
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Jason Gonzales Nov 14
Replying to @ByJasonGonzales
The issue for the state is widespread. Rural areas like Bolivar, near the southwest border in Hardeman County, are notoriously difficult places to boost college enrollment, even when poverty and unemployment rates are relatively high.
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Jason Gonzales Nov 14
Replying to @EdWriters
The topic of the fellowship: Document stories centered around issues of equity and college completion. In Tennessee, Haslam has opened up unprecedented access to college and technical programs. But we knew the data showed gaps in completion.
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Jennifer Chambers Nov 14
K-12 educational escape rooms on the rise via
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EWA 9h
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Wilborn P. Nobles III 7h
Residents didn’t mince words Thursday night as they called on the New Orleans public school district to directly manage schools run by charters.
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Timothy Chipp Nov 14
that Texas School Board officials are meeting this week with potential curriculum changes that could affect schools outside of Texas due to the state's power over textbook publishers (there's a second story about results, too)
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Meghan Mangrum Nov 7
Another story you might have missed from invading my beat (just kidding), is a story about radon, he second leading cause of lung cancer, and the fact that has never tested local schools for it via .
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Marta Jewson 4h
The public called for schools to be directly run, amid the closure of F-rated charters. "Y’all are passing out charters like you’re Oprah or something. You get a charter. You get a charter. You get a charter.”
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Emily Hanford 17h
I think Karin in on to something here.
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The Lens Nov 14
The New Orleans school shake-up continues: One day after the Orleans Superintendent told Cypress Academy parents the only direct-run elementary school will close, he announced his plan to take over an embattled charter
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Noel K. Gallagher Nov 12
Maine test scores dip slightly in math, English, science
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Timothy Chipp Nov 14
Here's what happened Tuesday regarding curriculum changes, with final vote coming Friday.
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Jason Gonzales Nov 14
Replying to @ByJasonGonzales
It’s not to say, though, there aren’t pockets of success. The state’s technical programs are thriving. And state leaders say there are avenues for community colleges to learn from the smaller, more structured schools.
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Jason Gonzales 12h
In the craziness of this news, I never got to post it: Tennessee Education Commissioner to leave state post for national nonprofit. McQueen and those that have worked with her discuss her time as ed chief.
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Jennifer Berry Hawes Nov 14
We spent 8 months examining why South Carolina schools are among the worst in the nation. It's no accident of history but rather the result of a legacy of apathy, low expectations and historical disparities.
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Jenny Abamu 11h
Replying to @JennyAbamu
2/ When I first visited the school on a Tuesday it was pretty much empty, saw only three people. But what was more jarring was that it was late into the fall semester and no visitor had signed in since May!
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