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August 21, 2012
By Casey Harper
Innovations High School is breaking all the rules as it opens in Salt Lake City, Utah this fall. The public school runs year-round and allows students to take classes in the format, time, and pacing they choose.
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Education
August 16, 2012
By Casey Harper
High-performing teachers are conducting a mass exodus from urban school districts that make little to no pay, promotion, or personal distinctions between them and poor teachers, according to a report from The New Teacher Project.
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Education
July 24, 2012
By Casey Harper
Between 30 and 40 percent of students in every grade level say school is “too easy,” according to a report from the Center for American Progress.
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Education
June 30, 2012
By Casey Harper
Americans are looking to certificates at an unprecedented rate as a quick, cost-effective way to better their wages and employment opportunities, a Georgetown University study reports.
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Education
June 26, 2012
By Casey Harper
Americans are looking to certificates at an unprecedented rate as a quick, cost-effective way to better their wages and employment opportunities, according to a Georgetown University study.
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Education
April 27, 2012
By Casey Harper
Holding kids back in school is actually better for them in the long run, according to a new study with policy implications.
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Education
 

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