Remarkable coverage of Brown v. Board at 65 by The 74

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  • How America’s Schools Have (and Haven’t) Changed in the 64 Years Since the Brown v. Board Verdict — as Told in 15 Charts

    The 74 | 05/13/2019

  • Quality Control? How School Performance Varies Within American Cities

    Manhattan Institute | 05/15/2019

  • Protecting Privacy and Information Security in a Federal Postsecondary Student Data System

    Institute for Higher Education Policy | 05/15/2019

  • The Emergence of Data Privacy Conversations and State Responses

    Institute for Higher Education Policy | 05/15/2019

  • Governors Propose Nearly $3 Billion of Investments in Early Learning Programs

    Center for American Progress | 05/15/2019

  • A gun in my classroom? No thanks.

    NC Policy Watch | 05/15/2019

  • 'Nothing's really changed': NC Teaching Fellows still enrolling mostly white female students

    WRAL | 05/15/2019

  • CMS board approves equity policy that aims to close racial, economic and ethnic gaps

    The Charlotte Observer | 05/15/2019

  • Certified Value: When do Adults without Degrees Benefit from Earning Certificates and Certifications?

    Strada|Gallup|Lumina | 05/15/2019


    Education Week | 05/15/2019

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