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New partnership looks to transfer more community college students into the Colorado School of Mines

A new partnership at the state’s community colleges aims to make it easier for students to transfer to the Colorado…

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Schools worry as Michigan returns to pre-COVID accounting rules for students

The state is returning to pre-pandemic rules for counting students, but some Michigan school administrators worry that those standards aren’t…

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Indianapolis Public Schools scales back busing cuts

To the relief of some families, Indianapolis Public Schools has scaled back plans to trim transportation and has provided district…

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Transgender students challenge Tennessee law restricting which bathrooms they can use

A Washington, D.C.-based group representing two transgender students in Tennessee sued the state Tuesday over a new law that restricts…

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UFT supports calls for Cuomo to resign in wake of sexual harassment probe

The state teachers union, with support from its city counterpart, called for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation Tuesday after an investigation…

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Denver Public Schools will require face masks for all students and staff

Face masks will be required inside school buildings for all Denver students, staff, and visitors, whether they’re vaccinated or not,…

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Would-be teachers of color pass Pennsylvania licensing exams at lower-than-average rates

While 62% of Pennsylvania’s elementary teacher candidates pass the state licensing test on the first try, teacher candidates of color…

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Oxford International partners with San Francisco State in the US

The International Year One University Pathway Program will offer students the opportunity to matriculate to San Francisco State undergraduate degree programs. It…

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5,000-bed student housing portfolio announced

Anima Education, Brazilian real estate market investment fund manager VBI Real Estate and student housing provider Uliving will partner to develop and…

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It’s time for teachers — and textbooks — to capitalize the “B” in Black

As teacher educators and historians who study American education, we know that how and what we teach students about race…

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