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First-generation college students Seraiya Wright and Jose Bojorquez helped bring federal policy to life during a Senate briefing on career and technical education (CTE) last week....

Equipping all students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education and enter the twentyfirst- century job market is fundamental to the current...

Paola, a first-generation Guatemalan, was raised in a single-family household in Los Angeles. In middle school, Paola’s coursework was rigorous, but something was...

Today the Alliance for Excellent Education was recognized for its work to expand quality Linked Learning opportunities for students in California and across the nation at the...

Last week, two high schools in Los Angeles Unified School District opened their doors to show policymakers representing the federal government as well as local and state education...

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President Trump released his Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget on May 23 and immediately received bipartisan criticism from members of Congress concerned with deep cuts to education,...

Last month the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released its latest report based on data from the 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment...

On May 17, the U.S. House of Representatives Education and the Workforce Committee unanimously approved legislation to improve the nation’s career and technical education (CTE)....

This week’s digest features policy news on career and technical education, career prep in action, the skills gap in Maine, and more about the new Profile of a Graduate campaign.

The U.S. high school graduation rate is at an all-time high of 83.2 percent, but for the second straight year, the nation is off pace to meet the 90 percent graduation rate goal...

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Visit impact.all4ed.org to see how increasing the high school graduation rate to 90 percent would create jobs and boost the economy in your city, state, or for the nation as a whole.
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On May 17, the U.S. House of Representatives Education and the Workforce Committee unanimously approved legislation to improve the nation’s career and technical education (CTE)....

To meet the demands of an evolving new economy, federal policy must support twenty-first century teaching and learning opportunities.  This includes ensuring that all students...

Last month the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released its latest report based on data from the 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment...

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Future Ready Schools® Invites You to a Participate in a Webinar Elevating Open Educational Resources: District-Scale Approaches to Openly Licensed Materials Panelists...

 Global Lessons for America’s High Schools Panelists Peter Kannam, Managing Partner, America Achieves Jackie MacFarlane, Senior Research Associate, Policy Studies...

This webinar will also explore turnaround efforts at Asbury Park, as well as some best practices internationally, as determined by the recent Organisation for Economic...

The Senate Career and Technical Education Caucus in Conjunction with the Alliance for Excellent Education Invite You to watch College and Career Pathways: Stories of...

Future Ready Librarians: Leading Beyond the Library Part of the Future Ready Librarians Webinar Series Panelists Bill Bass, Innovation Coordinator for Instructional...

Today's #FederalFlash has details on Trump's education budget & Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's testimony before… https://t.co/qJlK1v2Fmi8h
In this New Hampshire high school, internships shape the future of learning https://t.co/SsdZjYvaZp via @hechingerreport8h
NEW @All4Ed & @CoSN briefs on advancing #digitalequity through closing the #homeworkgap & @FCC's #Lifeline program:… https://t.co/NWwjIYSedf9h
Makers Movement Changes the Educational Landscape via @usnews https://t.co/vOEK2ZeZFX #Makers10h
Here's What Betsy DeVos Said Wednesday On Capitol Hill https://t.co/3bH9254Muo @npr_ed12h
President Trump's #Budget2018 immediately received bipartisan criticism from members of Congress. Here's why:… https://t.co/sqPGmC8iN213h
Join us for a webinar with @SchleicherOECD & Richard Wong from @ASCAtweets on June 6. Info & register:… https://t.co/ho0N1vohwO14h
.@YouthToday: Community Organizations Play a Big Role in Raising Graduation Rates, Advocates Say https://t.co/KsbBymALGf #GradNation1d
RT @BobWise48: I can understand why President Trump wanted to be overseas when he released a budget slashing education at home: https://t.co/tN4wFiMtVe1d
RT @washingtonpost: DeVos to testify on Trump’s budget, her first time before Congress since rocky confirmation hearing https://t.co/mbnQRv8wPp1d
Toolkit: Helping Educators Improve Teaching & Learning in Their Schools https://t.co/s4ec2emZFw #OECDTALIShttps://t.co/FbPD8jVmzj2d
Happy Schools, Happy Students: Supporting Student Well-Being https://t.co/LEV1Vjicxg #OECDPISA @OECDEduSkills https://t.co/fvEQbxhB3n2d
Join us for a webinar with @SchleicherOECD & Richard Wong from @ASCAtweets on June 6. Info & register:… https://t.co/4Esv3lvXUX3d
.@EdWorkforce Passes Bill to Update Nation’s Main #CareerTechEd Law https://t.co/l9nWHWZ5er https://t.co/jMEUZ4v5kf3d
RT @AFTteach: Toolkit: Helping Educators Improve Teaching and Learning in Their Schools. https://t.co/6TQC6nejNj .@AFTunion… https://t.co/lp4GBa3QxN3d
Today's #FederalFlash: Bipartisan action on #CareerTechEd; Brown v Board anniversary; and Trump’s ed budget, slated… https://t.co/gdtk97x4PR6d
In today's #FederalFlash, Congress passes a bill funding education & starts work on a #CareerTechEd bill. Watch at https://t.co/ITcqMoDwco6d
RT @hsingmaster: It's critical to set aside dedicated planning time for teachers to facilitate #deeperlearning - @All4Ed webinar on our new report! #OECDPISA1w
RT @HuffPostEdu: However well black students perform, teachers still think they’re struggling https://t.co/ysyypx7Pwq1w