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Seeking answers to the big question: Are students ready to thrive after graduation?
November 9, 2017
For almost half of Memphis graduates, formal education ends after high school
New state reports are highlighting where students are going after graduating from high school.
here's the plan
November 8, 2017
Holcomb’s 2018 education goals skip some of Pence’s most controversial priorities
Holcomb announced his 2018 legislative agenda Wednesday morning.
career and technical education
October 27, 2017
Betsy DeVos returns to Indianapolis to highlight career and technical education during national FFA convention
This was DeVos' third visit to Indiana since taking office.
getting to graduation
October 18, 2017
A capstone project before graduation? New York debates new ways to earn a diploma
As New York continues to rethink what students must do to graduate high school, state policymakers floated their latest idea Monday.
October 4, 2017
New York’s graduation rate could drop under new federal education law
It’s possible the federal graduation rate will exclude New York’s “local” diploma, a less rigorous diploma earned by only about 4 percent of graduating students.
October 2, 2017
22,000 New Yorkers will get new college scholarship from the state after 94,000 applied
Nearly 22,000 New York state students qualified for the first round of the state’s new “Excelsior Scholarship,” which provides free tuition at CUNY and SUNY schools.
opening a path
August 30, 2017
College in high school: More Denver schools offer students affordable head start on a degree
“Our students know early on they have a path to college."
August 23, 2017
City plans to slash funding from Young Adult Borough Centers — a last resort option for students
Education officials plan to reduce funding directed to the city’s 23 Young Adult Borough Centers by an average of $254,000.
August 16, 2017
Rise & Shine: Bank Street gives Brooklyn child care providers a boost
BUILDING BLOCKS A new program run by Bank Street College of Education is meeting community-based child care providers where they are — and helping them improve.
August 10, 2017
What do Nobu 57, the MTA and the DOE have in common? They provided internships in the city’s latest push for career education
Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced 600 city-funded internships have kicked off a new initiative called the Career and Technical Education Industry Scholars Program.
August 10, 2017
One Jeffco program is taking on a big problem: Many low-income students accepted to college never attend
This mentorship program hopes to address a problem that often flies under the radar: 40 percent of low-income students who have been accepted to college don’t show up.
August 7, 2017
Memphis school leaders want to know if ‘million-dollar scholar’ campaigns are hurting more than helping
Two elected leaders promise to look into a former high school student’s complaint of being pressured to apply to 100 colleges in the quest for scholarship money.
August 4, 2017
As Indiana schools try to make every graduate count, educators fear struggling students will lose out
Schools will certainly try to steer more students to the Core 40; if they don’t, their graduation rates will plummet.
August 2, 2017
‘I’m just a little bit angsty’: New York City students talk about what makes them nervous about high school
Last week, a group of rising eighth- and ninth-grade students from Breakthrough New York shared their hopes and fears about high school.
rules and regs
August 1, 2017
Among NY students seeking new Excelsior scholarship, potentially many who aren’t qualified or could pay a price later
Do students understand the terms of the state's new free-tuition scholarship? Experts and interviews suggest the state has more work to do.
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