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23 April 2019
Lacking sufficient counseling resources, schools are training students to fill the gap. The approach is not intended as a comprehensive solution, but as a way to help more students get connected with basic services.
12 March 2019
Portland, Maine, United States
The City of Portland, Maine, has created a new path to teacher certification for immigrants who served as teachers in their home countries. The program aims to help immigrants navigate the country's complicated teache...
28 November 2018
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
The University of Maryland - Baltimore County is known for its higher number of masters and doctoral graduates of color, and for having the greatest number of black graduates with a combined MD-PhD in the country. The...
30 October 2018
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Somerville, MA is one of a growing number of cities that has implemented a two-way dual immersion program in its schools. These programs combine fluent English speakers and English language learners in the same room, ...
30 July 2018
St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
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Communities, often low-income neighborhoods or communities of color, that were separated by the construction of highways across America are reconnecting by building "deck parks." The parks include room for public gree...
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