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Youngsters enter the first new Catholic school built in Baltimore in roughly 60 years with a mix of enthusiasm and first-day-back jitters, Monday Aug. 30, 2021.

Private Schools Are Rebounding — But Can It Last?

Probably not without more government help with tuition
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The Education Exchange: What’s Causing the Teacher Shortage?

Not the "big quit," but stepped-up hiring fueled by federal pandemic aid funds, a new nationwide study suggests.
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The Education Exchange: Results of the 2022 Education Next Survey of Public Opinion

Support for increased teacher pay hits new high; enrollment erodes at district public schools

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