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The state requires little oversight for services provided to such students using private school vouchers.
Trump ally who wished death on Obama is a school board member, and calls for his removal are growing
Will state officials force him off the panel?
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
The Maryland school district’s language-immersion programs are in high demand but have drawn concern for lack of diversity.
This time of the season can be especially stressful for youth.
A class at West Chester University takes on issues of race and identity, using DNA testing of saliva as a surprising starting point.
Can students pray in public schools? Can teachers say 'Merry Christmas’? What's allowed — and what's forbidden.
There is more freedom of religious expression allowed in public schools than many believe.
The president of Grinnell College says higher education can't be detached from the “other America” that propelled Donald Trump to the presidency.
The way to recruit and retain great teachers 'is so intuitive as to seem absurd.' But reformers are missing it anyway.
Talent knows no geography. But the barriers for low-income students to access top higher education institutions can be daunting: it’s too expensive, no one in the family has ever gone to college, or a campus environment doesn’t feel familiar. That’s part of the following post about a new effort by colleges and universities to identify, […]
'You are all our kids, no matter what’: Award winning teachers band together, speak out to protect students
Shocked by perceived rise in acts of hate in schools following election, state teacher of the year award recipients form group to promote safety, peace of mind in classrooms, no matter student's race, religion, sex or sexual orientation.
The Treasury Department refuses to stop forcing permanently disabled people to pay taxes on student loans that have been canceled, leaving a vulnerable population susceptible to thousands of dollars in charges.
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Schools often adopt protocols to help educators respond if there is a campus threat. -More-
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Three Seattle sixth-graders are recruiting their peers to write leaders in Washington, D.C., to explain bullying and its effe -More-
The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele
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