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New Site For Women Tech Council

Salt Lake Community College’s Miller Business Resource Center (MBRC) is now home to the Women’s Tech Council (WTC). Founded in 2007, the Women Tech...

U.S. Department of Education Recognizes 13 States and 40 Districts Committing to #GoOpen with Educational Resources

 The U.S. Department of Education today announced the launch of 13 statewide #GoOpen initiatives committed to supporting school districts and educators as they transition...

Urban Prep Academy Turns Boys into Scholars in Chicago’s Roughest Neighborhoods

by Curtis Bunn CHICAGO — In some of Chicago’s lowest income neighborhoods, African-American teenage boys are overcoming their challenging surroundings. They are the young men...

Homeschooling Regulations by State

Homeschooling has been legal throughout the United States for about 25 years, but regulations vary dramatically by state. Only two states require background checks for parents who choose to homeschool, and just ten require parents to have a high school degree. Fewer than half require any kind of evaluation or testing of homeschooled children. Use the map below to compare how these regulations vary by state.

Inequity in Education Funding Shortchanges America’s Future

"That all citizens will be given an equal start through a sound education is one of the most basic, promised rights of our democracy....

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