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What's the Best Way to Teach Children to Read?

The two most-often used ways of teaching children to read are phonics and whole language. Each of these methods has committed advocates and both teaching methods are currently used, but according to The National Assessment of Educational Progress, more than half of fourth-grade...

source: By Patrick Gleeson
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Today's higher education system is divided into two unequal tracks stratified by race and funding. White students are overrepresented at selective public colleges that are well-funded with high graduation rates, while...

source: Georgetown University

Romney Pittman writes: In my first year teaching high school, 11 students in my school were either murdered or locked up for murder. It was a place full of young potential, some fully realized and way too much tragically...

source: Education Week

Jaclyn Corin and Delaney Tarr write: Last week, young voters all across America made history. Our generation came out in record numbers to vote. For that, we are forever thankful to all those who showed up and...

source: Miami Herald

Having one black teacher in elementary school not only makes children more likely to graduate high school, it makes them significantly more likely to enroll in college. Black students who'd had just one black teacher by third grade...

source: Johns Hopkins University

In Tennessee, as in the nation, the color of your skin can affect your chances of getting a college education. It's a hard truth, but one that is made obvious by the data. Statewide, 30 percent of white working-age adults...

source: The Tennessean

Personalized learning is flourishing in K-12 schools, but needs support from top leadership to succeed, state education leaders told an audience at a national conference last week. Educators attending the State Education Technology Directors Association conference in Washington...

source: EdScoop

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