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Education: On Teaching

Details: Education On Teaching The most experienced teachers in America’s education system reflect on their careers, their schools, and the history they’ve witnessed.

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The Education Deserts of Rural America

Details: The Education Deserts of Rural America. The college-completion gap between rural and urban residents is widening. One in three Montanans lives …

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Lawsuit: Education Is a Constitutional Right

Details: Nearly all of the world’s 180-plus countries include the term education in their constitution. Most guarantee every child the right to free education, and many make participation in …

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The Education of a Queen

Details: There the Princess was taught to read by her mother. Till she was seven her education was confined to reading and writing (Princess Victoria was tutored in the latter by the writing-master of

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Better Public Schools Won’t Fix Income Inequality

Details: But the longer we pretend that education is the answer to economic inequality, the harder it will be to escape our new Gilded Age. Read: The 9.9 percent is the new American aristocracy.

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The Education Gap That Explains American Politics

Details: Hidden in that gap is a threat to higher education itself. Last year, Pew issued a sobering survey. “Republicans have soured on higher education,” the survey declared, and it threw people into

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Native American Youth and Education on the Reservation

Details: “Schools—their primary responsibility is education, but particularly in circumstances like this, teachers are also tasked with being counselors and social workers and nurses,” Cuny said

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Elementary-School Curriculum Is All Wrong

Details: Elementary Education Has Gone Terribly Wrong. In the early grades, U.S. schools value reading-comprehension skills over knowledge. The results are devastating, especially for poor kids. A t …

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Study: Women's Suffrage Improved Education

Details: For white students, the increased education amounted to a statistically insignificant 0.10 years, though white children in the South gained an additional 0.96 years in school. The gains were

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The War on Public Schools

Details: The story of American public education has generally been one of continuing progress, as girls, children of color, and children with disabilities (among others) have redeemed their constitutional

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The Real Value of Online Education

Details: The Real Value of Online Education. Why low completion rates may not matter. By Brandon Alcorn, Gayle Christensen, and Ezekiel J. Emanuel. September 2014 Issue. Out of all the students who enroll

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Student Perspectives on the Purpose of Education

Details: For those parents, consistently low test scores are evidence that the country’s education system is failing. Conversely, other parents argue that public schools’ primary responsibility is to

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Education The Atlantic

Details: America’s higher-education system is designed for childless students who come to college right out of high school, and full of unnecessary obstacles for parents seeking a degree.

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The Racial Education Gap Will be America's Greatest

Details: If America's education system can't do a better job helping the now-majority of K-12 students of color succeed, the economic and social consequences will be dire.

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Why America's Public Schools Are So Unequal

Details: The education reformer Horace Mann, for example, who became the secretary of the newly formed Massachusetts Board of Education in 1837, …

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Special Education Goes Remote in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Details: For many special-education students, the tools that other children are using to make remote education possible—online platforms such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams, printed work packets—just aren

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Porn Education Is Totally Unprepared for Modern Porn

Details: E arlier this year, Manhattan’s prestigious Dalton School bid farewell to Justine Ang Fonte, its then-director of health and wellness, who had guided the academy’s sex education for years

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How Education Policy Went Astray

Details: Education was part of the Great Society where other programs dealt with issues like health care and the reinvigoration of cities. Without a living wage or …

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The Future of College

Details: The decor in the lobby of the Minerva office building nods to the classical roots of education: enormous Roman statues dominate. (Minerva …

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Review: Thomas Jefferson’s ‘Education,’ by Alan Taylor

Details: Improving Virginia’s system of education, Jefferson believed, was the foundation upon which progress would be built, and the foundation had to …

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Why Doesn't the Constitution Guarantee the Right to Education

Details: When it comes to education, the Pearson study confirms that the one of the greatest boons to education is a supportive national culture: where …

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The Democratic Debate: Where Was Education

Details: The education secretary needs to be an educator, Senator Elizabeth Warren insisted. Teachers need to be paid more, Harris said. We need to invest in colleges, Sanders pressed.

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Can Civics Save America

Details: The education system is too localized for that, and the public too polarized. “The implementation really does need to be reflective of the values …

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Should the Black Lives Matter Agenda Be Taught at School

Details: The committee that formulated the current national BLM at School classroom resources is chaired by Christopher Rogers, a veteran of organizing work in the Philadelphia public-education …

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The Education of Virginia Woolf

Details: The Education of Virginia Woolf. Born into the highest stratum of the English intellectual aristocracy, Virginia Woolf—whose set included some of the kingdom’s most illustrious families, many

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Why Did Colleges Reopen During the Pandemic

Details: Higher education survived a civil war, two world wars, the Great Depression, and the 1918 Spanish flu, the worst pandemic the U.S. has ever …

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Higher Education Should Reverse Structural Racism

Details: Higher Education Should Lead the Efforts to Reverse Structural Racism. Colleges and universities have a special role to play in making sure America’s prosperity is accessible to all.

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Politics and Education Don't Mix

Details: Politics and Education Don't Mix. By P.L. Thomas. April 26, 2012. Governors and presidents are no better suited to run schools than they are to run construction sites, and it's time our education

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Education for a Classless Society

Details: Education for a Classless Society. Charter Day Address delivered at the University of California on March 28, 1940. The United States was once proclaimed as the land of the free. Now we are more

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The Education Problem in Juvenile Detention Centers

Details: The Correctional Education Association, a trade organization for education professionals working within corrections, released sample standards in 2004, but like many educational guidelines, they

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Box Tops for Education Struggles After Switch to an App

Details: The Box Tops for Education program, founded in 1996, is a General Mills initiative that allows families to redeem labels from eligible food and household products for 10-cent contributions to

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Increasing Access to Education Hasn’t Fixed America’s

Details: Access to education in the U.S. has improved for demographic groups across four important categories: race, class, ethnicity, and gender. But …

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How Online Graduate Programs Recruit Students

Details: Online education, in contrast, provides the opportunity to reach large numbers of new students—an opportunity that dovetails with universities’ stated mission of spreading knowledge.

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What Prisoners Serving Life Sentences Gain From Education

Details: Education is a human right—a recognition of dignity that each person should be afforded. It isn’t merely something that attains its value through its presumed social utility—or, worse

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Britain's Labour Party Plans to Abolish Private Schools

Details: After the country elected its 20th Etonian prime minister, some are questioning whether its education system is the solution to the country’s stagnant social mobility—or the problem.

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Republicans Changed Their Mind About Higher Education

Details: August 21, 2019. At the beginning of the 2010s, 58 percent of Republicans believed that colleges and universities had a positive impact on the course of …

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What If America Didn't Have Public Schools

Details: As Andy Smarick, an education fellow at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, points out, the amount of authority parents should have when it …

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The Proven Way to Fight Income Inequality: Education

Details: When progressives discuss education, it frequently leads to the demand part of the equation. De Blasio proposed offering universal pre-K and …

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Revisiting Reagan's 'A Nation at Risk' Report 35 Years

Details: Things like early-childhood education, charter-school regulation, sex education, arts programs, teacher pay, and teacher evaluation are anything but uniform across the …

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Southern Universities' Tuitions Rise, Enrollments Fall

Details: Funding for Kentucky’s public higher education fell short this year by $26 million, resulting in a 6 percent increase in tuition and the layoffs of more than 500 faculty and staff. Gov.

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How Berea College Makes Tuition Free with its Endowment

Details: The education of those people, Fee believed, should reflect that. Needless to say, Fee’s belief in interracial education rubbed the slaveholders in Kentucky the wrong way. In 1859, national

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American Schools vs. the World: Expensive, Unequal, Bad at

Details: The U.S. education system is mediocre compared to the rest of the world, according to an international ranking of OECD countries.. More than half …

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Why Market Forces Are Good for Education

Details: The idea that public education does not have to mean government education was a trailblazing one in the 1950s, when Nobel Prize winning economist Milton …

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Rhode Island Governor Explains Providence School Takeover

Details: “Providence Blueprint for Education” detailed concerns similar to today’s: a lack of school safety, questions of equity, problems with the English learning programs. Morel, who was in high

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The Pandemic Is No Excuse for Colleges to Surveil Students

Details: For example, for K–12 education, “summer learning loss” is a well-documented consequence of ignoring its latent function of child care. During …

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