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|<H2>||Broken system: Child care subsidies ensure low-quality, limit access|
|<H2>||Police education is broken. Can it be fixed?|
|<H2>||As students fill summer courses, many ask: Why aren’t all colleges open in the summers?|
|<H2>||As coronavirus ravaged Indian Country, the federal government failed its schools|
|<H2>||The ‘Katrina-to-Covid Class’: How the coronavirus era affects New Orleans students more acutely|
|<H2>||A semester of trauma, sickness and death at a New York school|
|<H2>||Schools provide stability for refugees. Covid-19 upended that|
|<H2>||Homework in a McDonald’s parking lot: Inside one mother’s fight to help her kids get an education during coronavirus|
|<H2>||‘It’s really hard to parent from behind bars’|
|<H2>||When both parents are on the front lines, who’s taking care of the kids?|
|<H2>||Grandparents raising grandchildren under lockdown: When the protectors are the most vulnerable|
|<H2>||Homeless students set adrift by school closures face crisis after crisis|
|<H2>||‘It feels a little hopeless’: Parents of kids with disabilities worry coronavirus quarantine will mean regression|
|<H2>||‘It’s very hard for us to get things we need’: Thousands of Mississippi teens face hunger and homelessness in pandemic|
|<H2>||When kids go back to school, who’s going to drive the bus?|
|<H2>||COLUMN: Now imagine if your school closed for good|
|<H2>||How do you turn around a school amid a pandemic?|
|<H2>||COLUMN: Time for white people to have ‘the talk’ with their kids|
|<H2>||Are you trying to teach your kids too much at home?|
|<H2>||Elementary to High School|
|<H2>||Khan Academy plunged into classrooms, then classrooms went online|
|<H2>||Education companies see an “upside to the pandemic” for business|
|<H2>||On Twitter, ‘#BlackIntheIvory’ exposes racism on campus|
|<H2>||After George Floyd’s killing, many colleges are promising to do better for black students: Will anything change?|
|<H2>||Race and Equity|
|<H2>||must read voices|
|<H2>||OPINION: With schools closed in Minnesota, Black students again struggle with ‘hurt, heartache and trauma’|
|<H2>||Must read reporting|
|<H2>||Traveling to the African Diaspora to prepare Black students for college|
|<H2>||VOICES: Students, teachers, principals and experts weigh in|
|<H2>||OPINION: ‘For our many Black and Brown children, the threats to their physical safety now and into the future are eating away at their insides’|
|<H2>||OPINION: How one city removed the police from schools, and why others should follow|
|<H2>||OPINION: Supreme Court’s DACA decision is a victory for education|
|<H2>||OPINION: ‘We commemorate Juneteenth — why not make that sentiment last all year?’|
|<H2>||STUDENT VOICES: Do transfer high schools really help students succeed?|
|<H2>||OPINION: College in a pandemic is tough enough — without reliable broadband access, it’s nearly impossible|
|<H2>||OPINION: ‘To create lasting change, we must sustain this anti-racist work beyond the heat of the moment’|
|<H2>||STUDENT VOICE: ‘College students like me were stopped in their car by police and subsequently tased and beaten for trying to get home’|
|<H2>||OPINION: Summer and after-school programs — five ways to provide for the other half of education amid the coronavirus|
|<H3>||CORONAVIRUS AND EDUCATION|
|<H3>||Your contact info|
|<H3>||TEACHER VOICE: ‘Which police officer will see me not as an educator or a scientist, but as a suspect?’|
|<H3>||OPINION: Well-intentioned New York City pre-K is falling short of noble goals|
|<H3>||Experts answer your kids’ tough questions about race and racism|
|<H3>||OPINION: Three lessons from San Francisco about keeping students fed when schools are closed|
|<H3>||Breonna Taylor was shot by police in a city held up as a beacon of racial progress|
|<H3>||When it comes to keeping kids safe and fed, some American counties rank alongside Iraq, Bangladesh|
|<H3>||White men have the edge in the school principal pipeline, researchers say|
|<H3>||Are colleges finally going to start training students for the workforce?|
|<H3>||COLUMN: Black and Brown boys don’t need to learn ‘grit,’ they need schools to stop being racist|
|<H3>||‘You can’t help but to wonder’: Crumbling schools, less money, and dismal outcomes in the county that was supposed to change everything for Black children in the South|
|<H3>||Your contact info|
|<H4>||Critical Condition: The Students the Pandemic Hit Hardest|
|<H4>||Send us your questions!|
|<H4>||But we need your support.|
|<H4>||Future of Learning|
|<H4>||We answer your questions!|
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|<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/about/">About</a>||32x25||<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/special-reports/">Special Reports</a>|
|<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/special-reports/">Special Reports</a>||80x25||<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/useourstories/">Use Our Stories</a>|
|<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/useourstories/">Use Our Stories</a>||78x25||<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/our-mission/">Our Mission</a>|
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|<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/contact/">Contact Us</a>||56x25||<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/corrections/">Corrections</a>|
|<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/corrections/">Corrections</a>||60x25||<a href="https://hechingerreport.org/newsletters/">Newsletters</a>|
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