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As they finished high school during one of the most tumultuous years in this nation’s history, three Colorado students navigated mental health struggles, family pressures and big questions about their post-graduation plans.
To fully realize the apprenticeship model’s potential, we must create a more purposeful approach to inclusive apprenticeship — one that seeks to right historic wrongs in workforce opportunity, writes Eric Seleznow and Latitia McCaine.
There are appealing, thought-provoking opportunities outside of social studies for teaching students how to be involved citizens.
Sidhi Dhanda, a rising sophomore at Hopkinton High School in Hopkinton, MA, shares what it's like to navigate high school during COVID-19.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Friday pledged $85 million in funding to address growing mental healthcare demands for children and teens.
The overarching aim of this year’s summer schooling was to start repairing learning loss suffered during the coronavirus pandemic — a toll that fell heaviest on students of color, students with disabilities and those whose first language is not English.
The ruling faults the university’s analysis of the environmental impacts of increased enrollment as flawed and orders it not to further increase enrollment above 2020-21 levels.
Two key higher education bills were approved Thursday by California’s Senate Appropriations Committee: AB 1456 would make changes to the Cal Grant, the state’s main financial aid award, and AB 928 is meant to streamline the transfer process for community college students who intend to transfer to a CSU or UC.
The Federal Communications Commission will open a second 15-day filing window, from Sept. 28 through Oct. 13, for eligible schools and libraries to apply for funds to purchase equipment and services under the $7.17 billion Emergency Connectivity Fund, the agency announced Wednesday.