Education

National test scores shows progress slowed, gaps widened

A pandemic that reshaped American society and disrupted more than a year of schooling also slowed progress in math and…

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Leftover child care money gives a boost to cash-strapped Michigan providers

Michigan child care providers who serve low-income communities are set to receive an influx of federal child care dollars that…

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Overcrowding seems to ease — just as Sunset Park adds more school seats

When it was time for Joey Zhang’s son to start kindergarten, there was no room for him at the Sunset…

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These 72 NYC schools will hire more teachers to lower class sizes

The New York City education department on Tuesday announced which 72 schools will hire more teachers in a bid to…

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Tennessee will transition back to online standardized testing, starting with high school

Six years after a massive technical failure ruined Tennessee’s online testing debut, the state aims to get computer-based assessments back…

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Citing student trauma from violence and pandemic, Chicago educators call for school budget redo

Mike Smith’s classroom was nearly empty when he returned to in-person teaching last spring at Englewood STEM High School. Of…

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Colorado will allow four-year colleges to grant associates degrees to those who dropped out. Will more students go back for a bachelor’s?

Over 13,000 Colorado residents have earned more than 70 college credits at four-year state universities in the past five years…

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Report: To Diversify Teacher Pipeline, States Must Focus Recruitment Efforts on After-School and OST Workers

July 26, 2021 | : New research indicates that while teachers of color contribute to the overall…

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Ohio State University Survey Finds Student Anxiety, Depression, and Burnout On the Rise

July 26, 2021 | : A few weeks into the fall semester of 2020, Mary Trabue already…

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Tennessee education chief touts Memphis efforts to combat learning loss

Shelby County Schools officials targeted their Summer Learning Academies to students who struggled the most this year, hoping that students…

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