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Thirty years ago, we learned from the report A Nation At Risk: the Imperative for Educational Reform that American students lagged far behind their international peers on a number of benchmarks. The findings expressed serious concerns about content, expectations, time, and teaching. The release of the report was...

We are at the halfway point of summer and now is a great time to take advantage of the wonderful learning opportunities offered during the break. No longer constrained by the four walls of the classroom, a set curriculum, or standardized testing, summer activities help children...

When we think of unemployment, we often think of its immediate effects: people who are unemployed are unable to earn a regular salary, and are therefore unable to pay their bills. However, unemployment has much further-reaching effects on individuals, families, and the economy at large....

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