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The Education Exchange: Low-Income, Minority Children More Likely to Be Taught Online Than High-Income, White Children
Latest findings from Education Next national poll
"So successful, they're a target."
Courts and Law
"The Jersey City School Board is essentially writing a blank check to the union," says lawyer for two taxpayers who object
Ahead of the News
Pennsylvania high school made a "snap judgment" about cheerleader's social-media activity
"If we hadn't had the accountability regime and the choices that have come along with it, I believe we would have had even less improvement," says Chester E. Finn Jr.
Study shows disadvantaged students more likely to attend schools that provide only remote instruction.
"Think about snow hours or snow afternoons or snow breaks...Call this 'sleducation.'"
U.S. education needs more flexibility and adaptability, less rigidity, a new Hoover Education Success Initiative report finds.