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A New Path to Atonement

But a gulf exists between Georgetown’s rhetoric and the frustrating reality that descendants have faced over the two and a half years they have now been fighting to get Georgetown and the Jesuits to m... read more

Louisiana editorial roundup | Charlotte Observer

In both Baton Rouge and New Orleans ... to fix that. The Early Childhood Care and Education Commission approved a plan Tuesday to ask legislators for $85.8 million in next year's budget to provide pre... read more

What defines ‘success’ for autism treatments?

My son needs and gets a one-on-one education. Under the Individuals with Disabilities ... Maryland — a long way from our home in New Orleans, Louisiana. So in the meantime, my long run from autism beg... read more

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Louisiana editorial roundup

In both Baton Rouge and New Orleans ... to fix that. The Early Childhood Care and Education Commission approved a plan Tuesday to ask legislators for $85.8 million in next year's budget to provide pre... read more


My Design Specifications for 21st-Century LA Schools

Given a decade's hindsight, I'd amend those ideas with the following design principles: Los Angeles needs an organization that makes all its publicly financed schools work together. Experience in New ... read more

Reflections on a Decade-Long Quest to Make Education Evidence-Based

The early impact results from MDRC’s on-going, independent evaluation and randomized field trial of our Diplomas Now model, which is part of the U.S. Department of Education’s Investing ... in New Orl... read more

New Orleans’ Winning Strategy in the War on Blight

Vacant or dilapidated properties suppress property values, threaten public safety, chase away investment and hurt quality of life. Blight was a challenge for New Orleans even before ... at all was tha... read more

The Battle for New Orleans Public Schools

The phenomenon extended to each of the four districts covered in Reckhow’s study: Los Angeles, Denver, Bridgeport, and New Orleans. “[Charter school network board members] tend to be people who are bi... read more

STUDENT VOICE: ‘Then one day a bomb exploded during my geometry class’

It is also a country that, culturally, places a high value on education. We were all expected to perform well in school, and attend and graduate from college. The need for and importance ... plan to j... read more

The Cost of Raising a Special Needs Child

Experts say while any household with a special needs child is going to face financial challenges, a little early planning can go a long way in easing the financial burden. The costs of raising a speci... read more

Investing in Quality Child Care Pays Big Dividends

which runs many early childhood programs throughout the County. We were there to make the case for additional child care funding. New York ranks among the most expensive states for child care. read more

More blacks, Latinos in jail than college dorms

Morial, who is a former mayor of New Orleans ... students also need more early childhood education, longer school days, longer school years and more meaningful summer job opportunities. “We need to ge... read more



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