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Dress Coded

Do schools’ dress codes unfairly target girls of color?

By Candice Norwood  |  September 1, 2019
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Education

The K-12 Conundrum: Americans Want More Education Funding, But Not Higher Taxes

The public is willing to raise some taxes, but only ones that create unreliable revenue streams.

By Liz Farmer  |  August 5, 2019
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Education

Shamed in the Lunch Line

Cold PB&Js for students who can’t pay? Some states are saying no.

By Mattie Quinn  |  September 1, 2019
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Education

Many Students Are in Crisis. So Is America's School Counseling System.

Counselors say budget cuts have left them unable to respond to students’ mental health needs.

By Mattie Quinn  |  July 2, 2019
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Education

White Communities, Black Students: Counties With the Biggest School Race Gap

White enrollment in private schools creates stark disparities in many districts.

By Mike Maciag  |  July 9, 2019
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Education

A Radical Integration Plan: NYC Officials Want to Redistrict Schools

The panel recommends redrawing school-district lines citywide to “fully integrate” them within 10 years.

By Candice Norwood  |  August 28, 2019
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Education

Absenteeism Costs Schools Money. A Simple Change Can Reduce It.

It involves tweaking the tone and the look of letters home to parents.

By J. Brian Charles  |  June 6, 2019
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Education

Illinois Will Raise Minimum Teacher Salary to $40,000 by 2023

The teachers' salaries will be raised incrementally under H.B. 2078, from $32,076 for the 2020-21 school year to $34,576 in 2021-22, $37,076 in 2022-23 and $40,000 in 2023-24.

By Candice Norwood  |  August 26, 2019
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Finance

Alaska's Public Universities May Declare 'Academic Bankruptcy'

Lawmakers failed to override the Republican governor's decision to cut 40 percent of the university system's state funding.

By Daniel Vock  |  July 12, 2019
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Education

States Raise the Bar for Reading and Math Proficiency

A new study found that the gap between the states with the highest standards and those with the lowest standards is narrowing.

By Candice Norwood  |  August 21, 2019
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Education

From Crusader to Accused Conspirator: The 'Surreal' Journey of Puerto Rico's Former Education Secretary

A look at Julia Keleher's life and career reveals that her frustration with the status quo started early.

By Candice Norwood  |  August 21, 2019
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