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"De-tracking" aims to improve math education for all, while reducing racial segregation in classrooms.
The Energy Department will direct $17.3 million to support research and internship opportunities, with a focus on increasing the number of students of color in science, technology, engineering and math fields, Secretary Jennifer Granholm said.
The latest hiring numbers show encouraging signs that women are returning to the labor force, but major struggles remain for men and women without college degrees.
A California school official searches his district for the hundreds left behind by covid-19
17 students share thoughts on their schools, their teachers, their families, and their countries.
Wayne Au, professor in the School of Educational Studies at the University of Washington at Bothell, argues against standardized testing during distance learning and COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic upended almost every aspect of school at once. It was not just the move from classrooms to computer screens. It tested basic ideas about instruction, attendance, testing, funding, the role of technology and the human connections that hold it all together. A year later, a rethinking is underway, with a growing sense that some changes may last.