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Research analyzing 10 years of Los Angeles teacher data found educators with fewer than six years of experience had more low-achieving students — and that these situations could be impacting their effectiveness.

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These colleges should strengthen transfer pathways and keep programming current to better serve students, according to a new white paper.

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Republican Mike DeWine’s "student wellness and success plan," if approved, would provide the 122 highest-needs districts an additional $250 per student — and there's funds for more affluent schools, too.

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An assistant principal at a Colorado community school says establishing peer mentoring helped reduce the burden on counselors while improving culture.

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Declining revenue has brought many small institutions to the brink and some past it, and mergers' difficulties make closures likelier, S&P analysts said. 

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Critics note public colleges are already required to uphold the First Amendment and contend the order is largely symbolic. 

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The state execs shared ideas to increase funds to public colleges, but many of those institutions want to reduce reliance on public dollars.

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Students from area colleges who earn the credential will have priority in job interviews as member firms look for ways to develop their worker pipeline.

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The starting pay for school-based preschool teachers with a bachelor's degree is $56,711 versus $34,085 for those in settlement houses, which may struggle with hiring and retention as a result.

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A strategy prioritizing pedagogy and individual student needs is helping the school, which has a 30% special education population, stand out in the nation's largest school system.

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