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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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Welcome to Spanish Week: The promise of dual language education - New Mexico In Depth

Welcome to Spanish Week: The promise of dual la...
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The Courtroom of the Future Looks a Lot Like This Navajo Tradition

The Courtroom of the Future Looks a Lot Like Th...
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Bright spot: High schools that offer free mental health care

Bright spot: High schools that offer free menta...
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California community colleges work to solve housing for foster youths

California community colleges work to solve hou...
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To Prevent School Shootings, Districts Are Surveilling Students' Online Lives

To Prevent School Shootings, Districts Are Surv...
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Minneapolis schools lead the way on youth mental wellness

Minneapolis schools lead the way on youth menta...
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At Colleges, What's Old Is New: Retirees Living on Campus

At Colleges, What's Old Is New: Retirees Living...
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Two Percent of Teachers Are Black Men. A City Is Trying to Recruit More.

Two Percent of Teachers Are Black Men. A City I...
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PROJECT OKLAHOMA: Miami school district creates new program to keep teachers

PROJECT OKLAHOMA: Miami school district creates...
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Mesa Public Schools working to beef up campus security

Mesa Public Schools working to beef up campus s...
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Tech giants and 2-year colleges are teaming up to teach in-demand skills

Tech giants and 2-year colleges are teaming up ...
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Using virtual reality to help students with disabilities

Using virtual reality to help students with dis...
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Back to School: Closing The Minority Teacher Gap

Back to School: Closing The Minority Teacher Gap
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If NYC eliminates gifted programs, here's what could come next

If NYC eliminates gifted programs, here's what ...
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A New Generation of Students Is Teaching Us How to Reduce E-Waste

A New Generation of Students Is Teaching Us How...
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Job training that puts people – and their community – back on track

Job training that puts people – and their commu...
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ASU hopes new team model of teaching offsets teacher shortage in Arizona

ASU hopes new team model of teaching offsets te...
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The School Where Refugees Thrive

The School Where Refugees Thrive
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Police, not counselors, respond when suicidal teens call Safe2Tell for help. Utah may have a better way.

Police, not counselors, respond when suicidal t...
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Mesa school district rolls out new counselor program for kids' mental health

Mesa school district rolls out new counselor pr...
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In the ‘Crazy, Complicated' World of Special Education, Parents Turn to One Another for Help — on the Internet

In the ‘Crazy, Complicated' World of Special Ed...
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Round Rock ISD trains bus drivers to look for suicidal students

Round Rock ISD trains bus drivers to look for s...
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To help first-generation students succeed, colleges enlist their parents

To help first-generation students succeed, coll...
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Push for Ethnic Studies in Schools Faces a Dilemma: Whose Stories to Tell

Push for Ethnic Studies in Schools Faces a Dile...
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Wickenburg district using 4-day week to woo, keep teachers

Wickenburg district using 4-day week to woo, ke...
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