A new analysis finds students are making up for lost learning, but some are being left behind. There’s still time for states and districts to act.

Some states may kick in extra money, but school districts will likely have to cut other programs or shrink the size of their tutoring programs to make the finances work.

The department is currently helping 25 Spanish-speaking applicants. But funding for the team will run out in September unless state lawmakers step in.

“How fair is it to identify a concern but then not have the resources to address the concern?” one social worker asked the school board.

Nearly 11,000 Colorado children and teens have used I Matter since its inception.

As of October, at least 90,000 food benefits remained unused in New York City, totaling at least $35 million in unspent funds.

Gov. Kathy Hochul outlined her priorities for the coming year during her State of the State address on Tuesday.