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  • Early Childhood
  • K - 12
  • Higher Ed
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Early Childhood
Excerpt: Engaging Girls in STEM Starts in Kindergarten | ...

Vanessa is VP of Programs at PLTW. Vanessa's article for Mediaplanet, "Engaging Girls in STEM Starts in Kindergarten," is excerpted in this post.

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Does Preschool Pay Off? Tulsa Says Yes

In 2001, not long after Oklahoma had adopted one of the nation's first universal pre-K programs, researchers from Georgetown University began tracking kids who came out of the program in Tulsa, documenting their academic progress over time.

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K - 12
Solar energy use grows rapidly at K-12 schools, report says

Some 5,489 K-12 schools in the United States-4.4 percent of all public and private schools-use solar energy, nearly double the total solar capacity that was installed at schools in 2014. That's one of the findings contained in a report released...

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Setting Young People on a Path to Lifelong Success (SSIR)

This series, produced in partnership with Advancing Equity in Communities Equal Measure, aims to inspire new and inform current conversations about the role of equity in the development and evaluation of philanthropic investments. The access and...

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Higher Ed
Apprenticeships or College? How About Both?

It's a time-worn idea: a young person becomes an apprentice, probably in traditional trades like construction, and then goes out into the working to earn good middle-class wages without a college degree. But why should apprenticeships exclude...

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For Foster Care Kids, College Degrees Are Elusive

Since she was 2, Alexis Barries has bounced from foster home to group home to finally, a place of her own. She's got dreams of becoming an attorney, and even started college early, at 16.

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Extra Credit
What does the federal tax bill mean for schools and...

In the spring of 2007, I moved to New York City to cover what I was sure was the most important story in the country. One of those annoying people who had settled on a career before I knew how to drive, I was a young and enthusiastic reporter on...

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Analysis | Never mind Trump's visit. Mississippi's new...

"I wept because I felt the blows, I felt the bullets, I felt the tears,'' speaker Myrlie Evers, the 84-year-old widow of slain NAACP member Medgar Evers, told the crowd gathered outside the museum in the snowy courtyard for opening ceremonies.

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