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After Decades of Reform, Has Chicago Finally Learned How to Fix Education?

Some promising signs suggest the city may be turning around its troubled school system. It offers lessons for other struggling districts.


Colleges, Cities and Pension Funds Pressured to Cut ICE Ties

Public institutions across the country invest in the private prison operators of immigration detention centers and contract directly with the federal immigration enforcement agency.

A New Use for Food Trucks: Feeding Hungry Students in the Summer

Instead of making low-income kids travel for meals when school is out, Minneapolis is bringing the food to them.

The Problem With School Takeovers

Studies show they're ineffective and may unequally impact black and Hispanic communities.

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