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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.

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Closing the achievement gap, with help from the Mayo Clinic

Closing the achievement gap, with help from the...
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One surprising barrier to success in college: Understanding higher education lingo

One surprising barrier to success in college: U...
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Rural students often go unnoticed by colleges. Can virtual counseling put them on the map?

Rural students often go unnoticed by colleges. ...
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The Sights and Sounds of Collaboration in Newark

The Sights and Sounds of Collaboration in Newark
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For Remote Communities In Scotland's Outer Hebrides, Mobile Libraries Are A Lifeline

For Remote Communities In Scotland's Outer Hebr...
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School turns old buses into mobile cafes for students

School turns old buses into mobile cafes for st...
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How A Radio Frequency Is Delivering High Speed Internet To Small Towns

How A Radio Frequency Is Delivering High Speed ...
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How Wyoming manages to keep its rural schools open

How Wyoming manages to keep its rural schools open
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In Rural Guatemala, Can This School Make “The Girl Effect” Happen?

In Rural Guatemala, Can This School Make “The G...
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Washington University graduates its first class of students in prison

Washington University graduates its first class...
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Can the political divide be mended by bringing rural and urban students together?

Can the political divide be mended by bringing ...
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Microgrants help Fort Lewis College students with unexpected financial hardships

Microgrants help Fort Lewis College students wi...
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How free is ‘free college'?

How free is ‘free college'?
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In the Bronx, an Elite Chef Is Trying to Engineer a Better School Lunch

In the Bronx, an Elite Chef Is Trying to Engine...
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Housing authority fills gap, removes barriers with new preschool

Housing authority fills gap, removes barriers w...
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SFUSD program intervenes early to keep kids out of special ed for behavior

SFUSD program intervenes early to keep kids out...
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Kids In America Are Missing School Because They Can't Afford Toothpaste And Tampons

Kids In America Are Missing School Because They...
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How laundry is changing the school experience for students

How laundry is changing the school experience f...
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What if we hired for skills, not degrees?

What if we hired for skills, not degrees?
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How California Is Making Up for 20 Years of English-Only Education

How California Is Making Up for 20 Years of Eng...
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NMSU works to recruit, train needed bilingual teachers

NMSU works to recruit, train needed bilingual t...
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From dozens of suspensions to one: How this Colorado school stopped removing young children

From dozens of suspensions to one: How this Col...
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A northern Colorado school district is on a "high-tech high" with a decade of momentum that's gaining national attention

A northern Colorado school district is on a "hi...
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Beyond test scores: Colorado experiments create alternatives for rating schools

Beyond test scores: Colorado experiments create...
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Running Out of Children, a South Korea School Enrolls Illiterate Grandmothers

Running Out of Children, a South Korea School E...
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