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Here’s How the Every Student Succeeds Act Could Help Gifted, Black Students

Gifted, honors, AP, and International Baccalaureate programs may become more diverse nationwide if requirements of…

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How to Make Graduating High School College-Ready the Only Option

Spokane’s John R. Rogers High School shows how it’s done

At the John R. Rogers High School in Spokane, Washington, school leaders seem to agree,…

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men of color

Programs that Support Men of Color in College

Addressing barriers to completion

To address the struggles of men of color in college and to help them reach…

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A Powerful Conversation on Schools, Poverty, and Race

The Washington State Teacher of the Year sees teaching as a matter of life and death

I asked Nate why he’s so passionate about teaching. “It is a matter of life…


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high school

Does High School Success Automatically Translate to College Success?

No, and advanced coursework doesn’t help much either

Advanced high school coursework may not be worth it unless you take calculus. Courses like…

By Robin White Goode

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public schools

Equity and Opportunity Elusive in U.S. Public Schools

Of all groups, black students fare worst

Across the country, compared with all other groups of students—white, Asian, Hispanic, Alaskan, Native American,…

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Identity Is Part of the Curriculum at Eagle Academy Ocean Hill

School creates a web of support, accountability, pride, and self-esteem

“I want to better position them for sustained, independent success,” Meade says. “We’ve created an…

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Bringing STEM Within Reach of All Students

What rigor, community, and good teaching can do

The 2006 New Jersey Teacher of the Year is revolutionizing the way math and science…

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Supporting Your Gifted Child With or Without the ‘Gifted’ Label

Mom uses resources to keep daughter on track

In spite of ‘firing on all cylinders,’ a young student doesn’t qualify for gifted services.…

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Got Computer Science? You Should

Computer Science Education Week is Dec. 7 – 13 sat down with Jeffrey R.N. Forbes, associate professor of the practice of computer science…

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3 Ways High School Juniors Can Prepare for College

Campus visits are just one action to take

High school juniors can take three actionable steps to prepare for college: Sign up for…

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Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to Offer Innovative Business Camp for Area Students

Is Middle School Too Early to Start Preparing for College?

College prep begins at home

Middle school is a great time to prepare students for college by requiring them to…


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Updating No Child Left Behind

Unconscionable gaps between the underserved and all other students

The White House will not support bills to replace NCLB from either the House or…

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After 143 Million Left Vulnerable by Equifax Hack, Here’s What You Can Do

The Equifax hack could be the largest data theft involving Social Security numbers, which is…

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JavaScript Developer

How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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