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Colorado higher education leaders: Students will lose if colleges don’t get more funding

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Building a teacher pipeline: A Brooklyn high school’s new program hopes to train tomorrow’s educators

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How Colorado could get more students to complete FAFSA

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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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Colorado graduation rates post slight dip amid pandemic

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Funding, school ratings, workforce: Education issues the Colorado legislature will tackle in 2022

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New York Gov. Hochul offers first look at education priorities

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Indiana graduation rate dips slightly, unevenly for Class of 2021 

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Colorado bill would improve services for students with disabilities

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Together, 14 young Black men improved their GPA by a full point. Here’s how they did it — and what I learned from teaching them.

There are stark gender disparities in college enrollment. It demands urgent attention.

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There’s more than one way to write a college essay

I resented the expectation that I lead with my trauma. But trauma is not the only thing that defines me, and it’s not the only reason I deserve to go to college.

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La tasa de graduación entre los varones hispanos de Colorado no compara con la de sus compañeros. Las universidades de Colorado pueden hacer más para sacarlos adelante.

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Two Hispanic brothers in Denver aimed for college. Why did only one of them make it?

The Hernandez brothers’ divergent paths highlight the challenges Hispanic men face in getting into college — and in getting through.

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Dos hermanos hispanos querían ir a la universidad en Colorado. Aquí te contamos por qué solamente uno lo logró.

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High school graduation rate dips for second straight year in Tennessee

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Scholarships allowed me to graduate college debt-free. Now I’m paying it forward.

Crushing student loans don’t need to be a rite of passage.

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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