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This Indianapolis counselor shows students how to tame stress and mediate conflicts

What are the triggers that make you feel stressed, frustrated, anxious, or angry? Indianapolis Public Schools counselor Aaron Munson tells…

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Did school closures help Youngkin win in Virginia?

Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin made slightly larger gains in areas of the state where schools took longer to fully reopen,…

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Schools struggle to feed students amid food and labor shortages

It sounded like a losing game of Go Fish. “I need deli turkey,” Caroline Dylewski said. “I do not have…

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Tense Negotiations of Income-Drive Repayment Plans for Student Loans Continue

Julia Barnard, researcher at the Center for Responsible LendingThe U.S. Department of Education (ED) this week has been debating with…

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McDonald’s, Roland Martin Offering 7 Scholarships to HBCU Students, Celebrating 115 Years of Nation’s Oldest Black Greek Fraternity

Seven students from historically Black colleges or universities will receive $15,000 scholarships from McDonald’s USA and media entrepreneur and journalist…

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Nine years, scores of school shootings later, Sandy Hook mom still seeks solutions

It’s been nine years since a gunman murdered first-grader Jesse Lewis, 19 of his schoolmates, and six adults at Sandy…

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Illinois will launch 39 councils to steer early learning

Illinois policymakers are moving to recruit parents and educators who would have a say in how the state spends a…

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Memphis students push through tears and obstacles to honor Phillexus Buchanan and Breunna Woods

As the sun set across Memphis Monday night, dozens of grieving students gathered at Hamilton High School for a vigil…

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Philly board selects advisory group to help search for new superintendent.

Philadelphia’s Board of Education released the names of 13 members who will sit on the superintendent search advisory committee: They…

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Indiana schools got $3B for COVID relief. Why don’t we know how they will spend it?

Indiana schools are slated to get a surge of nearly $3 billion in federal coronavirus relief over the next three…

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