Tennessee graduation rate hits all-time high | Global Climate Strike draws out hundreds of thousands of protesters | Federal funds for students with disabilities can be used for postsecondary ed | New Mexico announces plan to offer college tuition for free
California students could soon get a Seal of STEM | Maryland Higher Education Commission uses scholarship to fix teacher shortage | Chicago schools chief asks Congress for more federal help | Boston is giving every public school kindergartner $50
Ransomware 'halts everything' in Connecticut school district | Two ingredients for student-centered learning | Gov. Newsom, lawmakers still negotiating K-14 construction bond |
Survey: Gov. Bill Lee's focus on vocational education is supported by voters
A battle over California charter schools ends — for now | More than 20 state tests could go away under deal approved in NC | Microsoft’s Icecaps toolkit makes multiple-persona conversational AI | Using virtual reality to help students with disabilities
High school students earning college credit up 51% | Colorado schools start free, full-day kindergarten | Survey shows pay raises haven't solved Oklahoma's teacher shortage | How San Jose plans to close a special ed teacher shortage
More states are making it easier for schools to innovate |New push in California for later middle, high school start times | Could For-Profit Question Impede Short-Term Pell? | School Safety Initiatives Approved by NC House of Representatives
New K-12 computer science program | State leaders share progress on building 'world-class' education systems | Student apprentices team up with school system’s plumbers, carpenters, masons | Law requires all high school students to fill out FAFSA
Who can gain from higher cybersecurity awareness? | Lawmakers focus on Juul’s role in teen vaping surge | $4.9M grant lets researcher study state's reading law | DA op-ed: What K-12 leaders should know about 5G technology
La. schools chief touts teacher training program | Why cybersecurity training programs are critical | Are there alternatives to closing schools? Chicago parents consider options | Should community colleges offer bachelor's degrees?
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