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A study made public on Dec. 4 by the Wisconsin HOPE Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison showed that more than half of community college students in the United States face hunger or homelessness
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Future students can find rankings for the top investments in online and residential college degree.

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Study: K-12 Complaints Of Sexual Assault On The Rise Alongside College Campus Increase
According to a new study by the Education Department's Office of Civil Rights, college campuses aren't the only schools experiencing a serious problem with sexual assault.

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Study: Families For Excellent Schools Reports That New York City Schools Not Safer Despite Overall Incident Decline
New York Daily News reports that according to a study from Families for Excellent Schools, the number of assaults and weapons confiscated has increased even though the number of incidents has declined by 5.1%.

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Oldest Teacher In U.S. Turns 102, Still Going Strong At New Jersey Sundance School
According to a report from the New York Post, America's oldest teacher Agnes Zhelesnik recently celebrated her 102nd birthday on Jan. 12.

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CDC Declares 16 Sex Education Topics That Should Be Offered In Middle And High Schools
According to the CDC, a good sex education will address their list of 16 crucial topics.

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Philadelphia Eyed as a Key Market for New Preschool Franchise Schools
Philadelphia region has been identified as a key growth market with increasing demand for high-quality education.

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Children's Defense Fund President And Co-Chair Praise Growing Connection Between Health And Education
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Education issued guidelines and a toolkit of promising practices to spur action in school districts and health care systems across the country.

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Study: Black And Hispanic Students Less Likely To Seek Mental Health Services Despite Reported Struggles
According to a new study from the Jed Foundation and the Steve Fund, Black and Hispanic students are more likely to feel overwhelmed and underprepared for college, but less likely to seek mental health services offered by the schools.

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Omaha Public Schools Debate Updates To Sex Education Curriculum
The debate about access to sex education in schools continues this year in Omaha public schools.

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Detroit Public School Teachers Tweet Pictures Of Horrific School Conditions
In the aftermath of their "sickouts" or protest-style sick days, Detroit public school teachers have now taken to twitter to show just how bad the conditions of their schools have become.

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3 Things High School Teachers Plan To Do In 2016 To Improve Professionally
As the New Year approaches, teachers across the U.S. begin to come up with new work plans. The year 2016 is another year for high school teachers think of ways to improve professionally.

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Puerto Rico, 8 Other States Approved To Provide Equal Access to Excellent Educators
The Obama administration has recently approved Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, and Puerto Rico's plans to provide equal access to excellent educators.

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Obama Admin Announces Additional Flexible Repayment Plan For Student Borrowers
Great news for student borrowers who have existing Direct Loans for they will be benefited by a new repayment plan that caps monthly federal student loan payments at 10 percent of their discretionary income.

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New Report Reveals The Pitfall Of EdTech Integration In The Classroom: Confused Teachers
Teachers are feeling left out when it comes to making decisions on integrating education technology in the classroom, according to a new report.

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