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Leaders of a philanthropic consortium are pouring $10 million into an effort to identify and target the needs of black, Latino, American Indian, and Asian-American boys and men.
New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that 20 districts have agreed to develop new enrollment policies after investigations unearthed a pattern of illegal enrollment requirements.
A panel charged with developing recommendations to prevent tragedies like the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings is calling for a new focus for Connecticut's mental-health system.
The West Virginia board of education has approved a measure to eliminate testing in social studies and reduce examinations in science.
Oklahoma middle school students who are taking advanced-mathematics courses will, as of this spring, no longer be required to take their grade-level math tests.