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Plan to Refocus Md. College-Advising Program Raises Concerns

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 18:20
Should a growing college-access program for low-income students in Maryland focus on high achievers or struggling students?
Categories: Education

Pittsburgh Network Eyed as Model for Supporting Digital Learning

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 18:18
A group of local foundations, universities, technologists, and advocates have created a blueprint for supporting digital innovation in the early years and beyond that the White House and others hope to replicate in other cities.
Categories: Education

In Effort to Fix Tribal Schools, Feds Face Doubts

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 18:13
A long history of failed federal policies has some tribal leaders and educators skeptical of the Obama administration’s plan to improve the Bureau of Indian Education.
Categories: Education

TFA-Like Corps Sends College Advisers to High Schools

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 18:07
Fresh out of college, the young advisers work alongside overburdened counselors for two years to help disadvantaged students forge a path to college.
Categories: Education

Day-Care Providers to Partner With Head Start

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 17:58
Private day-care operations can tap into extensive federal early-learning money, in exchange for meeting strict Head Start standards.
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NIH Resets Study Plans for Down Syndrome

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 17:56
The new agenda calls for more research on how students with Down syndrome can experience improved learning and memory and participate more in schooling.
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N.Y. Governor Aims to Flex Muscles on Education Policy

Education Week - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 17:45
Gov. Andrew Cuomo plunges into his second term vowing to push for controversial changes that could put him at odds with leading K-12 officials in the Empire State.
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