Research shows that the further one lives from a public college or university, the less likely the person is to pursue a degree, a fact
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Annie Griffin, principal of Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester, Wyo., founded Project GIFT to encourage young children in her community to read. The program
Ware, M. A., & Rath, J. (2019, May 9). 4 Must-Haves for Positive Teacher-Teen Relationships. Retrieved May 20, 2019.
What teenagers want vs. what they need is not always in perfect harmony. This discord can pose uncertainties for the adults who work with them.
Rues, K. (2019, May 14). Young Adults Don’t Read. Here’s What We Can Do About It. – EdSurge News. Retrieved May 20, 2019.
Few high-school seniors report that they are reading for pleasure, writes Kimberly Rues, a school librarian in Missouri. Rues offers several strategies to help reverse
What do teenagers need most? They need space, time, and support in school to practice their leadership on issues that matter to them. They are
An analysis shows low-income students at public four-year colleges and universities have benefited more from institutional financial aid than their wealthier peers over the past
Amy, J. (2019, April 19). Mississippi raises high-stakes reading bar for third graders. Retrieved April 26, 2019.
Students in 16 states, including Mississippi, require third-grade students to pass a reading proficiency test or be held back a year. Harvard University education professor
Still Separate and Still Unequal: Race in America’s Schools
Burnette, D. (2019, April 17). Does Moving to a Brand New School Building Improve Student Learning? Retrieved April 24, 2019.
Moving from shabby, overcrowded school buildings to newly constructed facilities can improve outcomes for students, according to researchers at the California Policy Lab at UCLA
Pisoni, A., & Conti, D. (2019, April 20). What Does Your School Schedule Say About Equity? More Than You Think. – EdSurge News. Retrieved April 24, 2019.
Students who need academic interventions often lose out when schools make schedules, researchers have found. Schools should consider student equity at an operational level to