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Fostering joy in mathematics

As a math teacher, it seems to me that the “M” is consistently left out of STEM. We must know now that all the engineering classes and cardboard buildouts...

Girls in STEM Academy launches for 2024-25 school year

Designed to empower young women in science, technology, engineering and math, the new Girls in STEM Academy aims to address the gender disparity issues...

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When an ongoing literacy crisis resulted in a drop in reading proficiency and test scores regionally and nationwide, Eddie Rangel, executive director of Adelante...

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By HEATHER L. SAVAGE In our pursuit of educational equity, it is important to recognize that the success of African American students hinges not only...

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Young Rwandan refugee’s triumph takes center stage at Indy Shorts Film Fest

At the Indy Shorts Film Fest on July 25, Splicer Films will introduce "A Divine Journey,” a documentary covering the harrowing story of Rwandan refugee Divine Mugisha. Mugisha’s story follows...

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July is here, with sunny days, soaring temperatures and plenty of things to do with the family. So, whether you are looking to barbecue...

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‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ takes to the screen with more heart, suspense than horror  With a muted plot and action, “A Quiet Place: Day...

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Summer is a season of cookouts and ice cream for many. But for dogs, it can often be a season of staring longingly at...

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