OP-ED | Public Scholarship: Why Higher Education Needs to Be More Relatable | CTNewsJunkie – CT News Junkie

File via CTNewsJunkie JONATHAN L. WHARTON College academics often surround themselves with their research and their colleagues. Our disciplinary journals and conferences are rarely relatable to others, even outside our fields of interest. For many of us, our time is spent on analyses and peer-review processes, so we tend to overlook how and when we …

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World Leaders Pledge $4 Billion to Public Education Affected by Pandemic – Voice of America

Thursday marks the second and final day of the Global Education Summit in London, hosted by Kenya and the United Kingdom. International governments and corporations pledged to donate $4 billion for the Global Partnership for Education, which provides fair access to public education in 90 countries and territories that account for 80% of children out …

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Master’s program in Israel education established in GSEHD – The GW Hatchet – GW Hatchet

Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo GW will be the first major university in the United States to offer the two-year, part-time master’s program in GSEHD, according to a University release last week. The Graduate School of Education and Human Development will now offer a master’s degree program in Israel education, according to a University release issued …

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Special education providers across NY seek pay equity – Spectrum News NY1

Special education providers are in limbo on whether they will see an increase in funding this year. State funding for special education providers has always been decided outside the state budget, so there have been numerous years when funding for public schools has been increased, but special education schools saw their budget cut. A bill …

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Five candidates vying for three seats on Princeton Board of Education – – Planet Princeton

Three newcomers and two incumbents are seeking seats on the board of education for the Princeton Public Schools in the general election this November. School board terms are for three years. Adam Bierman Adam Bierman is a native Princetonian and educator who teaches for a New Jersey Division of Children and Families in Trenton. He …

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State Department of Education creates new office to focus on rural Georgia – Statesboro Herald

ATLANTA – Rural education in Georgia is getting special attention in the form of a new office within the state Department of Education that will focus on the needs of rural schools. The Office of Rural Education and Innovation will be headed by Bronwyn Ragan-Martin, a veteran education leader who served most recently as superintendent …

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‘Design Your Future’ Fellowship Asks Young People How To Improve Education For Black Male Students – WUWM

How can Milwaukee improve education for Black male youth? That’s the question Milwaukee Succeeds’ Youth Forward MKE initiative is trying to answer. But instead of turning to adults in power, they’re asking the people most affected: students. This summer, Milwaukee Succeeds recruited 60 youth ages 13-20 to participate in the “Design Your Future” fellowship. The …

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Report: The Pandemic ‘Grossly Exacerbated’ Disparities in Education – T.H.E. Journal

Equity Issues in K–12 Report: The Pandemic ‘Grossly Exacerbated’ Disparities in Education A new report noted that students on the whole did make gains during the 2020–2021 school year. However, those gains were lower than seen in previous years. Underrepresented groups and students in high-poverty areas were disproportionately impacted negatively by the public policy response …

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Education services extended for special needs students in Illinois – The State Journal-Register

Peter Hancock  |  Capitol News Illinois Students with special needs will be able to finish their last year of high school regardless of when their birthday falls on the calendar, while those who lost a year or more of in-person schooling due to the pandemic and have since aged out of special education eligibility will …

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