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Cost and rural settings are among the barriers as districts strive to bring fast broadband access to schools, according to a report from the Consortium for School Networking.
Recent disputes over schools' treatment of transgender students present complicated questions for educators.
Enacted in 1975, the law now known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act remade the landscape for an often-vulnerable, once-overlooked population of students.
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Fairfax County Public Schools faces potential budget cuts, and task force suggests fees to trim $75 million.
The situation of former Alabama Teacher of the Year Anne Marie Corgill puts a personal face on the issue of who is allowed to teach and where.
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Instances of racism and bigotry have ignited protests at colleges across the United States, and social media has amplified the outcry.