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    Higher education and the presidential candidates

    As candidates move their efforts to SC, they might consider a few figures about the Palmetto State: 59 percent of its college graduates have student debt, and the average amount is nearly $30,000.

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    Maine activists deliver signatures to get school funding on November ballot

    Stand Up for Students coalition calling voters to pass 55% funding proposal for public schools.

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    Will Congress keep nutrition standards that made school meals healthier?

    Educators ask: If the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act has made school lunch healthier, why roll back nutrition standards?

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    Testing reduction creates new opportunities to improve learning for KY students

    Educators, local school officials collaborate on strategic vision to improve education for all students.

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    ‘Set an example and vote’: one educator’s appeal to other educators

    “Teachers, paraprofessionals and others working in public education have an obligation to set the example by participating in this election.”

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  1. Higher education and the presidential candidates
  2. Maine activists deliver signatures to get school funding on November ballot
  3. Will Congress keep nutrition standards that made school meals healthier?
  4. Testing reduction creates new opportunities to improve learning for KY students
  5. ‘Set an example and vote’: one educator’s appeal to other educators

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