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Early education, scaling up promising district work, and socioeconomic integration are among the fiscal 2017 proposal's highlights. But it faces a skeptical, GOP-controlled Congress.
At a House oversight committee, members of Congress say they'll be watching closely as the states and U.S. Department of Education move forward on the Every Student Succeeds Act.
An international study finds that the U.S. has fewer low-performers in science on the PISA but not so for math or reading.
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New efforts aim to head off teacher biases by running preservice students through simulations or embedding them in urban neighborhoods.
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Plans to streamline the application process for district and charter schools face parent resistance in some cities.