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Indiana financial aid applications dip, pointing to fewer students heading to college

In a typical year, Indianapolis school counselor Karen Matthews spends lunch breaks bribing high school seniors with free baked potatoes…

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Adams 14 board selects sole finalist to be district’s new superintendent

The Adams 14 school district will have a new superintendent this summer. The board voted unanimously Friday to appoint Karla…

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Report: NJ control of Camden schools didn’t lead to better test scores

Standardized test scores for Camden City students have improved in recent years but a study released this week found “no…

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Will upgraded ventilation systems help draw Detroiters back to classrooms?

The Detroit school district invested heavily in recent months to renovate its ventilation systems in hopes of reducing the spread…

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Philadelphia pre-Ks could see millions in federal dollars. Parents and providers weigh in on how to spend it.

Child care providers have long struggled to stay afloat, amid narrow margins and a lack of teachers who are willing…

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No more snow days? Not so fast, says NYC teachers union

New York City students weren’t the only ones upset about losing snow days next school year. The city’s teachers union…

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Mental Health Awareness Week shines light on student wellbeing

Stakeholders highlighted the serious mental health challenges that both international and home students have faced in the country during the…

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motivations for learning East Asian languages

With Korean have jumped two spots in popularity on Duolingo to seventh place and Chinese expected to steal Russian’s position…

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US voters see benefits of int’ls but concerns remain

Also included in the findings from a survey of some 1,000 US voters was that there is a lack of support…

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This Philadelphia teacher sees children for who they are and ‘who they may become.’ She’s retiring after 47 years in the classroom.

Frances Wilson, known to all as Annie, started working for the School District of Philadelphia in 1974. On June 15,…

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