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Stepdaughter: Voters should know about Denver schools candidate’s family incidents

Denver school board candidate José Silva twice has faced accusations that he used physical force with his stepdaughter when she…

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This mental health association leader is running for the Denver school board.

A Denver Public Schools graduate who now leads an association devoted to the mental health of children ages birth to…

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Student accidentally shot himself in the leg inside Philadelphia school

An 18-year-old student accidentally shot himself in the leg inside a West Philadelphia alternative school Friday afternoon, police believe. The…

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Todas las familias de escuelas públicas de NYC pueden recibir hasta $50 de crédito mensual para Internet — mientras duren los fondos

Todas las familias con niños matriculados en las escuelas públicas de la Ciudad de Nueva York son elegibles para un…

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Miami Dade College Professor Wins Media Literacy Award

Professor Emily Andrea SendinThe National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) has awarded this year’s Media Literacy Award to Miami…

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University of South Florida Creates Task Force to Increase Latinx Enrollment and Success

The University of South Florida (USF) has created a task force with the aim of building the university’s commitment to…

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Philly parents start petition asking for delay in new special admissions process

A group of Philadelphia parents has started a petition asking the school district to delay an overhaul of the admissions…

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Is after-school care an afterthought?

Until last week, Abby Wentworth Joseph set a daily alarm for 2:45 p.m. It reminded Wentworth Joseph and her husband…

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In NYC, culture shock took me by surprise

For the first six years of my life, I grew up on the island of Trinidad. I spoke with an…

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Dr. Carol D. Lee: Picking up the Baton

As an eleventh-grader at Crane High School in Chicago, Dr. Carol D. Lee faced the same wall of disrespect so…

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