Gaps in Graduation Rates Persist: New data underscore the economic and health imperative of supporting students to graduate

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Graduation from high school is not only a rite of passage, it is the ticket to economic prosperity and quality of life. The formula is simple: High school graduates are more employable, healthier and more likely to have health insurance, all of which positively contribute to our economy. But here’s the flip side of that […]

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Zero-Basing Public Schools, Free-Basing Education Policy

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There was a tale of two school districts on display at Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum on Saturday morning. The occasion was Congressman Elijah Cummings’s annual arts competition–an event in which students from high schools across his Congressional district submit their best work in the hopes of winning the honor of having their art hang in […]

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What Works in U.S. Public Schools, Part 2

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Douglas W. Anthony, Dir. School Leadership from Prince George ‘s County Public Schools presents at the What Works in Schools Conference. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and developing teachers and administrators.

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What Works in U.S. Public Schools, Part 4

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Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University talks about her incredible experiences meeting with hundreds of teachers and policy makers. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and No Child Left Behind.

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