Education

How Colorado could get more students to complete FAFSA

Colorado should make it easier for high school seniors to seek financial aid that could open the door to college,…

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Pre-K for all? NYC’s universal preschool push leaves behind students with disabilities, report finds

This is part of an ongoing collaborative series between Chalkbeat and THE CITY investigating learning differences, special education and other…

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Shelby County school board considers closing two KIPP Memphis schools

Impassioned community members pleaded with the Shelby County school board Tuesday night to keep two KIPP charter schools operating, despite…

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Cornell University Receives Petition to End Booster Requirement

Dr. Martha Pollack, president of Cornell UniversityAn open letter has been sent to Cornell University and its president, Dr. Martha…

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College Athletes May Be the Key to Advancing Dr. King’s Final Campaign

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. explicitly spoke about leveraging the economic power of people and using it strategically to accomplish…

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It’s Higher Ed Conference Season. How Is Omicron Impacting Plans?

A past annual conference hosted by the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)Many higher education associations are preparing for…

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Massive outage of digital gradebook hampers NYC schools as marking period ends

In the first week of school after the winter recess, Bronx high school teacher Jennifer Gorman was so exhausted by…

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Newark families, educators brace for schools to reopen on Jan. 18

Updated: Newark families and educators are cautiously preparing for students to return to classrooms Tuesday, some two weeks after the…

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Some Newark students resumed in-person learning amid a COVID surge as others went remote

When Maryam Agboola, a student at Washington Park High School in Newark, returned to in-person learning in the fall after…

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Enrollment Trends Continue Downward Spiral

It’s official – fall 2021 marked a steep, two-year decline in enrollments at post-secondary institutions. According to data released by…

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