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A new study focuses on progress under the Obama administration's signature education- redesign program, but touches only lightly on stumbles and controversies.
A recruiter for highly selective Gettysburg College scours schools for high-achieving, low-income and minority prospects.
The protests, some at the alma maters of the court’s members, might sway the justices in a University of Texas case where a white woman was denied entrance.
High-achieving students from immigrant families face a complex set of considerations in finding the right college.
The number of students without adequate Internet connections in school has been cut in half over the past two years, EducationSuperHighway study finds.
Conservatives say the bill leaves too much power in federal hands; civil rights groups say it leaves too little.
Most teens witness dating aggression or sexual violence among peers, but many choose not to intervene.
A study suggests that school officials and technology developers often fail to set clear standards for gauging the success of those trial runs and for gathering teacher and student feedback.
A national commitment to adult education could transform the U.S. economy, writes high school teacher Scott Goldstein.
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