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Chief financial officer says Philadelphia needs more state aid to meet student needs

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Study: Common school ratings biased, often inaccurate

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‘Pennsylvania is forgoing resources’: Economists say school funding matters

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A league of their own: NYC middle school athletes get the chance to compete

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Pre-K for all? NYC’s universal preschool push leaves behind students with disabilities, report finds

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Pennsylvania doesn’t spend enough on schools, state education secretary testifies 

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Philly schools partner with Black Doctors Consortium to get more Black and Latino students vaccinated

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Hochul proposes $2.1 billion increase for NY schools, extension of NYC mayoral control

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

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Denver charter focused on inclusion for students with disabilities to close

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NYC to make it easier for siblings to stay together in middle school

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Pennsylvania fair funding trial resumes: ‘We have done great things … but we don’t have the funding we need.’ 

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NYC schools failed to provide students with adequate remote learning access: lawsuit

A proposed Texas charter school promised to be antiracist. Then it got caught up in the critical race theory fight.

Texas claimed that simply quoting Ibram X. Kendi violated the law.

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New York Gov. Hochul offers first look at education priorities

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