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Porter to step down as NYC school chancellor, clearing the way for Adams to make his pick

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To boost a joy of reading, this East Harlem school installed a book vending machine

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Indiana study: Test scores go up when students stay with the same teacher

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‘We’re broke’: At funding trial, educators say they’re doing their best with less

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Memphian among three finalists to become Tennessee’s first-ever school turnaround chief

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As special education complaints soar in NYC, the state wants hearing officers to take more cases

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Colorado to issue new orders for low-performing Adams 14 school

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NYC is asking teachers to screen their students’ social-emotional health. Many feel ill-equipped to do so.

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State and external manager report ongoing problems with Adams 14 district

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A resource guide for literacy in Montbello and Denver schools

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More than 100,000 NYC students are homeless, new report finds

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Only 1 in 5 NYC students took last year’s state tests, making results almost moot

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TCAP results will change for 28 Tennessee districts after test materials arrive late

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U.S. News’ school rankings gain local traction, but could fuel segregation

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All NYC public school families can get up to a $50 monthly internet credit — while the money lasts

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Oral presentations, research papers, science experiments: NY to pilot new ways of earning a diploma

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