Anya Kamenetz

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45 CFR Chapter XIII RIN . That’s the official name of the government standards for running a Head Start program. If the name doesn’t grab you, t...

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For nearly as long as she’s been in the public eye, Hillary Clinton has counted the of children among her defining causes — from the bestselli...

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What does it mean to declare that #blacklivesmatter in education? Last month the Movement for Black Lives, representing elements of the Black Lives...

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Picture this: You’re in the supermarket with your hungry preschooler in tow. As you reach into the dairy case, you spot a sign with a friendly cart...

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”Do you speak English?” When Sebastian Cherng walked into his summer school classroom for the first time as a teacher, a student greeted him wi...

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The high school graduation rate in the U. S. reached an high of 83 percent in the school year, President Obama announced today, marking the fif...

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Rain beats against the windows of a downtown New York City building on a soporific Friday morning. A high school teacher is reading out loud from a...

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If there’s one rule that most parents cling to in the confusing, world of kids and media, it’s this one: No screens before age 2. As of today, th...

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On Thursday, Hillary Clinton packaged a major new school policy proposal as an attack on her rival, Donald Trump. ”Donald Trump has made no apologi...

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Whenever you surf the Web, sophisticated algorithms are tracking where you go, comparing you with millions of other people. They’re trying to predi...

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Like many people, I absolutely cherish the close friendships I forged in college, nearly years ago. But we rarely think about how these friendshi...

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Part of our ongoing series exploring how the U. S. can educate the nearly 5 million students who are learning English. Brains, brains, brains. One ...

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Ken Yeh thought his school was buying software to keep kids off of certain websites. What he didn’t know was that it could help identify a student ...

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