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Elissa Nadworny 7h
Turns out I’ve been doing this NPR pillow fort thing all wrong — finally learning the correct way to track on the road w/
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Emma Bowman Nov 13
Do you have experience with overdue library fines? Do you know someone who has? I want to talk to you: ebowman@npr.org/DMs open
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NPR's Education Team Nov 13
👋meet our team👋 🎤Reporters: 🎧Producer: 📓Editors: 🎨Illustrator & AD: 📍Plus hundreds of amazing member station reporters & editors across the country.
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NPR's Education Team Nov 11
New survey data show an estimated 5 million teens use e-cigarettes and nearly 1 million use them daily. We also know more about their favorite brands and flavors.
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Elissa Nadworny Nov 10
Colleges are celebrating students — but takes it to the next level. Hear how they support first-generation student everyday: This AM on
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Elissa Nadworny Nov 8
Here's how to support first-gen students on campus: @northCenteralcol has a list of faculty and staff that were first-generation college students. Professors & coaches & deans & administers & even the guy who oversees parking.
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NPR's Education Team Nov 8
With T-shirts, pins and posters, college campuses are drawing attention to first-generation students. The next step, experts say, is to actually give those students the knowledge and support they need.
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NPR Nov 8
Former Detroit public school students allege that out-of-date textbooks, classrooms without teachers — but filled with black mold and rodents, and often far too hot or cold — deprived them of an adequate education.
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Lauren Migaki Nov 7
parents! what are your stories of talking to kids about the birds and the bees? what questions are they asking that you wish you could tap in an expert for? help a producer out... you could end up on a podcast ep!
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NPR's Education Team Nov 5
NPR wants to hear from parents who are having the *clears throat* "talk" with their kids. What questions do you have? Has anything they’ve asked you about sex left you speechless? Click the link below to talk to us.
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NPR's Education Team Nov 5
Public flagship universities are critical for low-income students because they serve as engines for upward mobility. But a report finds they're often out of reach financially.
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NPR's Education Team Oct 31
JUST IN: Mayor Lori Lightfoot has announced that the Chicago teachers strike is over.
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NPR's Education Team Oct 31
A new national survey examines media use among children and teenagers -- and the very different ways young people are using their devices.
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WBEZeducation Oct 30
Mayor Lightfoot says no to making up school days: "I’ve been clear from Day One we wouldn't add any strike days." She say, "the fact that students aren’t back in school tomorrow is on" the union. Said they're return to the bargaining table tomorrow.
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WBEZeducation Oct 31
Chicago teachers remain on strike despite approving a tentative contract, saying they'll only go back if the mayor agrees to make up the days lost due to the strike. Almost immediately, the mayor says no. Now what?
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NPR's Education Team Oct 29
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NPR has reported that the program – Public Service Loan Forgiveness – is rejecting 99% of people who apply to get their loans forgiven.
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NPR's Education Team Oct 29
Twenty-three U.S. senators are calling on the nation's top consumer protection agency to investigate a loan servicer for its role in a troubled student loan forgiveness program.
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NPR's Education Team Oct 29
Do you have an anxious kid? You're not alone. One in five children will experience some kind of clinical-level anxiety by the time they reach adolescence. So this week, , and have 6 things you can do to help.
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Cory Turner Oct 29
How To Help A Child Struggling With Anxiety, this week's parenting w/
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NPR's Education Team Oct 28
The Chicago teachers strike enters its eighth day on Monday. The Chicago Teachers Union says Chicago Public Schools can afford most of its demands. But the city says it's tapped out. So who is right?
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