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Can Chicago schools get 100% of students signed up for COVID testing?

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‘Whitewashing history’: Indiana teachers fear anti-CRT bill threatens lessons

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In dramatic turnaround, most Philadelphia schools will be in-person this week

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Massive outage of digital gradebook hampers NYC schools as marking period ends

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Despite concerns, Denver school board renews charter schools

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Newark families, educators prepare for schools to reopen Jan. 18

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‘Words can’t describe my pain’: NYC schools grapple with grief and loss from Bronx fire

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How Chicago schools became an outlier in the latest COVID disruption

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MLK asked if education was ‘fulfilling its purpose.’ We asked readers to share their thoughts.

As we reflect on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday and Day of Service, some of you shared your thoughts on King’s early perspective on education and if education in 2022 is fulfilling its purpose.

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Newark students share mixed feelings about being in-person amid COVID surge

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Few Michigan districts require staff vaccines amid COVID spike

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I am a social studies teacher. My students and I are watching democracy erode in real-time.  

The school board installed a Jan. 6 rally-goer and limited public comment. That speaks volumes.

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Colorado State of the State: Polis promises more investment in education

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Spending gaps in Pennsylvania among widest in the country, college dean testifies  

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Does Tennessee’s education funding blueprint deliver on governor’s promises? Maybe, but ‘the devil’s in the details’

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