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Could four-day weeks lead to more progress for students?

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From Toni Morrison to Ta-Nehisi Coates, book bannings surge

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Even after CROWN Act, Texas student suspended for dreadlocks

How one Alabama district found a way to make math scores soar

Education secretary: America’s higher education system is ‘broken’

The ‘science of reading’ swept reforms into US schools. How about math?

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For New York's migrant families, a new school year brings worry, hope

Hometown help: What one author discovered about racial equity in schools

One way to boost math scores? Help teachers conquer their math anxiety.

‘We weren’t being heard’: Teens fight for say in school book choices


In Florida, vouchers win ground, but courts may have ultimate say

When counselors are in short supply, students step in to help

Tulsa experiment tests how tightly woven a safety net has to be

Q&A: Sociologist takes on myths about wealth and morality

For state schools, diversity isn’t just about fairness. It’s also about the bottom line.

The end of amateurism? What’s behind calls to pay NCAA athletes.

America to elite colleges: Shape up (but please let us in).

This city is short of teachers. It’s tapping immigrants to help.

Schools help teachers with a new kind of homework: finding a place to live

Go north, young grad. How Canada is winning over international students.