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10 Years Later … 10 Lessons Learned From an AEP Partner

This guest post comes from Cheri Walsh, executive director of Exploring the Arts (ETA). Research shows that students in schools with arts-rich learning environments academically outperform their peers in arts-poor…

 

  December 12, 2018

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Perkins V: Building Stronger Bridges Between Employers and CTE

  In April, NPR’s All Things Considered told the story of 20-year-old Garret Morgan, who parlayed a high school education and additional training as an ironworker into a job that…

 

  December 10, 2018

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Can Students Afford to Pay for College?

With lots of information out there on college affordability — or un-affordability, depending on what you are reading — we wondered how net price and median income could help us…

 

  December 4, 2018

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Financial Literacy Is a Growing Focus in Education Curricula

In an age where college costs are rising, and students are carrying more student loan debt, financial literacy is even more important. A 2015 study showed that exposure to personal…

 

  November 28, 2018

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Dual Enrollment: Increasing Early Access to Postsecondary Education

This post is a collaboration with guest author, Gregory Kienzl, principal strategist at ACT. “I hear this over and over, ‘We are not a college family,’” Texas State Sen. José…

 

  November 27, 2018

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