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All teaching staff laid off at a renowned choir college

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A world-renowned choir college in N.J. may become homeless after it is sold to a firm that specializes in for-profit K-12 schools internationally.

SAT scores for the nation are out

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The SAT scores for the nation came out today. Md. students from the class of 2017 performed about avg., IL students a little better, but fewer took it in IL.

Federal rule change could make grad rates fall

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States that offer different levels of high school diploma may need to adjust their graduation rates pursuant to a federal rule change.

Magazine declares top high schools in America

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Based on its own criteria, well established as they may be, a news magazine once again ranked high schools in America.

Minorities lose trust in teachers; college less likely

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New studies show minorities perceive more bias and lose more trust in teachers during middle school than whites. It affects college.

Does class rank matter?

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How open you are to new experiences and how conscientious you are might be more important than your GPA, and colleges know it.

More students take ACT, but scores drop a little

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ACT participation is up a little, achievement of the college-readiness benchmark on the test is down a little. Some state data is released.

Md. school funding commission leader named

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A new educational funding commission in Md. will be chaired by a man with a legacy of expanding spending in the name of "innovation."

H.S. diplomas shouldn’t mean college-readiness

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We should stop assuming high school graduation needs to be tied to college-readiness since, among other problems, the term can't actually be defined.

The Mt. St. Mary’s-Univ. of Iowa similarity

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The president at a small university in Md. stepped down under fire over his use of a bunny metaphor to describe freshman students.