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Idaho is serving more impoverished students

Here, youngsters make their way through the school system as parts of families striving to better ... 1,676 Idaho students were identified as homeless. By 2009-10, that number had increased to 4,342 s... read more

With no explanation, Maine rejects scarce funds for young people with mental illness

With state leadership, the objective was to reach out to and serve ... that the young adults participating are “doing vastly better than would be expected” — with many working or attending school and ... read more

Kids in Crisis: Parkersburg middle school tackling increasing student needs

Officials say in recent years public schools have evolved from being solely places of education into being sanctuaries for at-risk children and providing social services. Wood County Schools is asking ... read more

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Soliciting Input for the Statewide Family Engagement Centers

The United States Department of Education (Department) recognizes that family engagement in school is an important component of student success. As schools improve their efforts to engage families ... ... read more


Homeless vets with families: An untold part of veterans’ struggles

What is missing from federal and state statistics, the media and the minds of many Americans, is the story of homeless veteran families. Through my work as a researcher and ... the head of their house... read more

Report finds state behind on Head Start, points to poor quality

“New Mexico programs serve ... state Children, Youth and Families Department, said the organization pays its teachers an average of $46,200 per year. Santa Fe Public Schools, which operates some presc... read more

Gov. Ige gives 2018 State of the State Address

We’ve also worked hard with the department to spend down federal funds and identify alternative ... housing project for homeless families launched by local businessman and philanthropist Duane Kurisu. ... read more

American Indian couple sue to allow adoption to white family

Now the couple are suing the Minnesota Department ... who would be better served with an Indian family. The lawsuit challenges federal and state laws enacted in the 1970s and 1980s that sought to keep ... read more

Women Who Know Their Place: Meet the New Feminists in the House of Representatives

Under her leadership, PATH transformed from a small, local nonprofit to the top provider of housing for the homeless in California—assisting 2,600 families ... need better access to health care and ed... read more

Leaving the streets: Housing challenge gives homeless youth a shot at independent living

Housing homeless young people presents its own challenge. Unlike adults, who may have some experience working or living in an apartment, young people often start with nothing. Young people who grew up ... read more

Refugees in Idaho Find Both Success, Opposition

“We want to mentor our young people, educate parents, identify ... Finding work takes somewhat longer in the Boise area — up to five months, said Jan Reeves, director of the Idaho Office of Refugees, ... read more

Taking Action to Improve Teacher Preparation

Earlier today, the President directed the U.S. Department of Education to ... Build on state systems and efforts and the progress in the field to encourage all states to develop their own meaningful s... read more



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