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  1. African American employee's office vandalized inside Education Department  NBC News
  2. Investigation underway after Education Department employee's 'figurines and pictures' damaged  Fox News
  3. Vandalized Office At Education Department Feared To Be Racially Motivated  HuffPost
  4. Vandalism at Education Department headquarters is under investigation  Washington Post
  5. African American employee's office at Education Department vandalized  CNN
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US Department of Education Continues Work to Improve Civil Rights Data Quality  U.S. Department of Education

WASHINGTON— U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today that the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the ...

Education Feature: The Future of Education  Greenwich Sentinel

Your ninth-grade daughter enters school for the first day, and while her teacher may be new and she might be in a new building, her education looks strikingly ...

A quality education shouldn’t depend on your zip code  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

SACRAMENTO – Choice is the driving factor that shapes every aspect of our lives, hopefully for the better. Whether you are choosing between the dollar more ...

Purpose At Work: How Ford's Transforming Lives And Its Business Through Education  Forbes

This is the fifth article in a series of interviews from business leaders who attended the Social Innovation Summit in Los Angeles.

School closures triple in Central and Western Africa as education comes under fire  UN News

A surge in “deliberate” attacks against students, teachers and schools in West and Central Africa has led to a tripling in school closures in the last year and left ...

How the Religious Right Transformed Israeli Education  The New Yorker

Rafi Peretz, Israel's new Education Minister, recently gave his first major television interview. Peretz, a former chief military rabbi and the founder of a ...

Lawmakers push Holocaust education in response to mass shootings  Politico

PROGRAMMING NOTE: Morning Education will not be published from Monday, Aug. 26, through Monday, Sept. 2. We'll be back on our normal schedule on ...

Education News from Around the State  Idaho EdNews

Dwight Johnson, administrator of the Idaho Division of Career-Technical Education, announced Thursday that he will retire once his successor is named.

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