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STUDENT VOICE: Universities overlook graduate students’ mental health

Hechinger Report - April 28, 2019 3693

Another phone call from Lapeer County Jail meant another $25 spent and a list of to-do items to assist my family. When my little sister was re-arrested in October, I worried about what her incarceration would mean for my family’s already limited emotional and financial capacity. They, especially my mom, were already spread thin, and […]


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This Handy Wall Mount Gets Your Bike Out Of The Way In Style

MAKE - April 24, 2019 3439

OPINION: How do we ensure that charter schools don’t exacerbate segregation?

Hechinger Report - April 14, 2019 2923

Underscoring just how segregated our public education system remains some 65 years after Brown v. Board of Education, New York City’s most selective public high school made headlines — and not the good kind — when it announced that it offered seven of 900 available slots for the Class of 2023 to black students. The […]


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Perry Preschool Project points to a positive second-generation effect

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - May 18, 2019 2158

Close × Menu Sending your boy to preschool is great for your grandson, new research shows Children of parents who attended a high-quality preschool program in the 1960s were better educated, healthier, better employed and more likely to stay stably married, especially if they were boys born to preschool-educated fathers. by May 14, 2019 Advertisement Nearly 60 years ago, a handful of 3- and 4-year-old black children living in a small city outside of Detroit attended a preschool program known as the Perry Preschool Project.