The movement to reform public schools through competition and testing is a "hoax," according to a one-time promoter of the movement.
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One Laptop per Child Australia has developed a visionary program to bring digital technology to children in remote areas.
Enrollment in a classroom with a high poverty rate doesn't necessarily affect individual student performance.
Looking beyond the region's prominent conflicts, Startup Rising instead examines a quieter development in the Middle East: a surprising, burgeoning entrepreneurship.
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Solnechny Mir (Our Sunny World) is a Russian rehabilitation center that hosts more than 250 children and their families each week.
With hard data and soft skills, Communities in Schools fine-tunes its model to reduce dropout rates.
Social Finance Inc. offers a network-based alternative to government-sponsored student loan programs.
Racial integration in US schools has declined in the wake of recent court decisions to release districts from earlier desegregation orders.
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