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Haslams want to hire a thousand college students to tutor Tennessee children this summer

Will COVID-19 change the norms of education philanthropy? We hope so.

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Summit Learning emphasizes role mentors play amid ed tech pushback

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Mike Feinberg, out at KIPP after sexual harassment and abuse allegations, continues work in education reform

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More charter operators are offering a plan B to alumni who drop out of traditional college. Will it work?

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Looking for a home? You’ve seen GreatSchools ratings. Here’s how they nudge families toward schools with fewer black and Hispanic students.

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How Chalkbeat analyzed data on GreatSchools and answers to other FAQs

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How sometimes-overhyped claims about the future of work drive XQ, the organization helping NYC open new schools

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Political arm of charter-friendly group The City Fund has $15 million — and is now spending on school board races

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Sixers’ Tobias Harris gives $1 million to education philanthropies

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3 things to know about XQ, the Laurene Powell Jobs-backed group set to help create new schools in NYC

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How Khan Academy, the popular free tool for students, wants to play a more official role in America’s classrooms

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Summit Learning reports highlight big ambitions for personalized learning, struggles to prove academic success

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One year in, Gates-funded networks of schools are getting off the ground — and more are on the way

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Laurene Powell Jobs has given millions to reinvent the American high school. Is it working?

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Summit Learning, the Zuckerberg-backed platform, says 10% of schools quit using it each year. The real figure is higher.

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