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Institutions, projects, and policies that support the mission of adult and child education, within formal establishments or as provided through community programs. From literacy promotion to teacher training programs, these stories focus on the manifold ways of offering and pursuing an education. Click below on the tags to see stories on the following topics. For stories on coping and adapting educational delivery during COVID-19, please click here.

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    L.A. Unified experiments with new tutoring program during pandemic

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    How one California preschool program is helping youngest learners with math

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    Cleveland learning pods help ESL learners during remote learning, but space, funding are limited

    Cleveland learning pods help ESL learners durin...
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    Trying to improve remote learning? A refugee camp offers some surprising lessons

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    How Singapore Has Kept the Coronavirus Off Campus

    How Singapore Has Kept the Coronavirus Off Campus
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    For Indian teen who launched village library, it's about more than books

    For Indian teen who launched village library, i...
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    California schools build local wireless networks to bridge digital divide

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    'The largest classroom in Africa': How text messages mean millions of children can stay connected to education during Covid-19 school closures

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    Teachers on TV? Schools Try Creative Strategy to Narrow Digital Divide

    Teachers on TV? Schools Try Creative Strategy t...
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    Foundation offers tutoring opportunities to inner-city youth

    Foundation offers tutoring opportunities to inn...
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    How a program in Bangladesh is preparing garment workers for college

    How a program in Bangladesh is preparing garmen...
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    While many colleges are making big cuts during the pandemic, a few opt for permanent transformation

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    In the pandemic, field trips go virtual for Minnesota students

    In the pandemic, field trips go virtual for Min...
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    How Tulsa Is Reconnecting Immigrants and Refugees to High-Skill Careers

    How Tulsa Is Reconnecting Immigrants and Refuge...
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    Nashville's ‘Navigator' Tries to Keep Students in Remote Learning From Getting Lost in the System

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    These Buses Bring School to Students

    These Buses Bring School to Students
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    How one school became a ‘COVID-19 Safety Zone' through innovative testing

    How one school became a ‘COVID-19 Safety Zone' ...
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    ‘Backpacks full of boulders': How one district is addressing the trauma undocumented children bring to school

    ‘Backpacks full of boulders': How one district ...
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    National organization repurposes summer camps, combating ‘summer slide' in reading and math

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    As Harlem Children's Zone moves to export its model nationwide, Obama's Promise Neighborhoods offer cautionary tales

    As Harlem Children's Zone moves to export its m...
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    Faculty of color underrepresented at CSULB

    Faculty of color underrepresented at CSULB
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    Remote Learning Progress Report: Special needs students, parents struggled in spring

    Remote Learning Progress Report: Special needs ...
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    This teen tutor turns computer science into kids' stuff

    This teen tutor turns computer science into kid...
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    How Snail Mail Connected This San Gabriel Valley School District To Its Youngest Students 

    How Snail Mail Connected This San Gabriel Valle...
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    Rewriting Black And Brown History, With A Little Help From Augmented Reality

    Rewriting Black And Brown History, With A Littl...
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