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Researchers are scaling up an effort to teach young urban children to embrace their own dialect—and to know when and how to switch to standard English.
States and districts are integrating student-wellness data into the school-level reports they share with the public.
In some states, new initiatives and graduate programs are providing needed training to expand college counseling in high schools.
A new communications organization headed by a former aide to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will seek to elevate the national conversation over education policy.
Teach For All, a network in 34 countries, is focusing a new, two-year fellowship on students with what it terms "learning differences."
The Council of Great City Schools has set out criteria to help educators bring common-core-aligned lessons and materials to English-learners.
School demographics in the United States are changing rapidly, and classrooms need to reflect the shift, write Jacob Murray and Jackie Jenkins-Scott.
Stark policy differences over issues such as the common core and education funding add heat to a handful of competitive campaigns that could help decide which party controls the Senate.