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Why We Still Haven’t Solved the Unpaid Internship Problem

Unpaid internships benefit schools and employers, but aren’t fair to college students footing their own tuition bills, writes Ron Lieber.

June 11, 2022 | The Washington Post
Big questions about the 2021 standardized test scores

2021 test scores are being released by states, and nearly everywhere, scores are down.

September 23, 2021 | The Washington Post
More students of color expected to return for in-person classes in the fall but reluctance lingers, research suggests

As a new school year beckons, recent surveys indicate that more students of color are expected to head back into classrooms. And yet, a significant number may not.

June 29, 2021 | The Washington Post
Recasting High School, German Firms Transplant Apprentice Model to U.S.

As a high school junior, Hope Johnson thought she had things figured out. She’d been hit with wanderlust during an academic trip to Brazil, set her sights on London’s Richmond University and hoped to pursue a career in diplomacy.

November 27, 2013 | The Washington Post
Duncan Spells Out Education Agenda to Congress

Education Secretary Arne Duncan detailed his upcoming education agenda in testimony last week before the Senate.

April 23, 2013 | The Washington Post