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School districts must give students with disabilities the chance to make meaningful, ”appropriately ambitious” progress, the Supreme Court said Wed...

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No rest for the weary in our weekly roundup of national education news. Supreme Court rules on special education case, ”I’m thrilled,” said Amanda ...

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Welcome to another weekly roundup from the NPR Ed Team, where we lasso the latest news on student aid, school choice, and more. Trump University se...

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Imagine if one notice from the federal government could cause you to question your major life decisions. More than half a million people may have f...

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Recent college graduates who borrow are leaving school with an average of $34, 000 in student loans. That’s up from $20, 000 just 10 years ago, acc...

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As we head toward Tax Day, we’ve got student debt and state education plans on our minds in another edition of the NPR Ed Team’s weekly roundup. St...

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New York state has passed legislation that would create the largest experiment in the country to offer free tuition at and colleges. The Excels...

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Since he first announced his presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders has stuck to one simple promise. One that has many young people, in particular, ...

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Greetings and welcome to our weekly roundup of education news from Washington and around the country: DeVos hires, U. S. Secretary of Education Bet...

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Greetings and welcome to NPR Ed’s weekly roundup of education news from Washington and around the country. Supreme Court hears a case, The Suprem...

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With student debt at a staggering $1. 3 trillion, many families are facing a huge financial dilemma: Their final springtime decisions about college...

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As we head into the 100th day of the Trump presidency, NPR Ed has our regular weekly education roundup to keep you in the loop. Attorneys General s...

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This week and next is a national rite of passage for overachievers everywhere. Nearly 3 million high school students at 22, 000 high schools will...

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It was in a school in the South Bronx a few weeks ago that I first heard about the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. The TV show, released at the end ...

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Fifty thousand signatures on protest petitions. Calls on the president of the university to resign. People on Twitter saying they’re mailing back t...

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Hello and welcome to another edition of NPR Ed’s weekly national education news roundup! DeVos heckled at University, Education Secretary Betsy D...

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The day Ayden came home from school with bruises, his mother started looking for a new school. Ayden’s a bright with a blond crew cut, glasses a...

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It’s graduation season. That means commencement addresses lead off our weekly education news roundup. Last week, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fa...

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has been a passionate proponent of expanding school choice, including private school vouchers and charter schools, ...

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The sudden resignation of an Obama appointee who oversaw student aid at the U. S. Department of Education has brought forth competing explanations....

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