19 Jan Why CHIP Matters to Schools, School District Rankings, and More in This Week’s AcceliBEAT

The looming threat of the loss of CHIP funding this year underlines the symbiotic relationship between health and education. Recent studies have shown that insufficient healthcare has detrimental effects to children's educational outcomes. This is also reason to support school-based healthcare centers, which is called...

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05 Jan Inclusive programs, potential setback from the DOJ, and a first grader’s surprising insight in This Week’s AcceliBEAT

Happy New Year and welcome to 2018! This week we’re highlighting data from the past year that covers issues related to education to keep things in perspective as we move forward.  We also have a feature on a suburban-Chicago based program called GADOL ("giving adults...

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Uncommon Learners

02 Jun UnCommon at the Core

3 uncommon learners who soared beyond expectations In a phrase invoking one of the most contentious topics in education today, Donovan Livingston, who graduated with a Master’s degree from the Harvard School of Education on May 25th, proclaimed in his now viral commencement poem, which he...

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