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Philly school enrollment continues decline, while cyber charters see surge

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‘It’s imperative that we listen’: What the Rittenhouse verdict meant in 5 classrooms

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A ‘Golden Age’ for whom? Tennessee history standards need a rewrite.

One unit glorifies an era of slavery, and one in which Cherokee people were violently forced from their homelands.

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We are NYC principals. Middle schools shouldn’t be forced to offer the SHSAT.

Why is the city’s education department doubling down on a test that perpetuates segregation?

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High school graduation rate dips for second straight year in Tennessee

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NYC schools may have gotten billions in stimulus funding, but teachers are still crowdsourcing for supplies

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In Chicago, shrinking majority Latino schools pose a key enrollment challenge

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To boost a joy of reading, this East Harlem school installed a book vending machine

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Schools, pediatricians look to make up lost ground on non-COVID vaccinations

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My lessons are veering off track more than ever. That’s fine by me.

After so much disruption, I’m trying to create a less frantic, more collaborative classroom.

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Tennessee nails down rules for disciplining teachers, withholding money from schools that teach banned concepts about racism

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After early hardships, this Chicago PE teacher relishes being a role model

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Teachers: How will you talk to your students about the Rittenhouse verdict? We’re listening.

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Indiana study: Test scores go up when students stay with the same teacher

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Detroit teacher challenges district’s denial of remote teaching option

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‘One step closer to normal’: Memphis school vaccine clinic for children ages 5-11 brings excitement, relief

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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