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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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    A push to change Colorado's prison culture and perceptions — one art piece at a time

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    New tribal colleges offer ‘sense of belonging' for Native students but hit roadblocks

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    What can Lithuania learn from Dutch universities?

    What can Lithuania learn from Dutch universities?
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    He's 11. By his mom's count, he's had 30+ interactions with armed officers at school.

    He's 11. By his mom's count, he's had 30+ inter...
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    Two KCK schools shifting focus from punishment to make schools safer, reduce suspensions

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    School district grows leaders from within to battle housing pressure in hiring

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    ‘Safety First' Drug Education Program Acknowledges the Failings of ‘Just Say No'

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    How teens are using online platforms to call out racism in high school

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    Utah Stem Action Center's ‘to-learn kit program' tackles early math education

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    How some college counselors are fighting back against pandemic-induced enrollment decline

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    Michigan's free tuition program is showing early success

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    Reflective literature in school can encourage reading and improve literacy. Here's how | Prism

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    Art Teachers Are Teaching Girls to Code

    Art Teachers Are Teaching Girls to Code
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    Centre jeune Amour et Vie : là où on freine les grossesses en milieu scolaire au bénin

    Centre jeune Amour et Vie : là où on freine les...
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    Some Minnesota school districts made changes to grading systems during pandemic to help protect GPAs, they may not go back

    Some Minnesota school districts made changes to...
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    Une crèche qui aide aussi les parents et les mères seules à s'en sortir

    Une crèche qui aide aussi les parents et les mè...
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    Growing a Just Future in Tulsa

    Growing a Just Future in Tulsa
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    Schools have always turned to nonprofits for help. Thanks to the pandemic, that need has never been greater

    Schools have always turned to nonprofits for he...
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    Oregon's Student Success Act was supposed to fix much of the ills of public school — then the pandemic hit

    Oregon's Student Success Act was supposed to fi...
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    Okemos Public Schools is changing its mascot. Belding already did and says they have no regrets.

    Okemos Public Schools is changing its mascot. B...
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    Washington's public universities will no longer require the SAT or ACT. Will admissions become more equitable?

    Washington's public universities will no longer...
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    Gérer son stress, développer l'empathie… Quand le collège enseigne aux ados le bien-être mental

    Gérer son stress, développer l'empathie… Quand ...
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    A new teaching method might help more Philly students learn to read

    A new teaching method might help more Philly st...
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    Learning Syilx teachings through EPIC program at Southern Okanagan Secondary School

    Learning Syilx teachings through EPIC program a...
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    Welcoming and Safe Education for Undocumented Students in the US

    Welcoming and Safe Education for Undocumented S...
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