America Achieves Releases Report with Playbook to Help States and U.S. Territories Develop Their Broadband Workforce, a Critical Step on the Path to Extending Internet Access to Tens of Millions of People in Rural and Other Low-Income Communities

States and Territories That Fail to Address Workforce Challenges in Their Plans Risk Failure to Achieve Needed Broadband Access and Loss of Billions of Dollars in Incoming, Historic Federal Investments to Expand Broadband Nationwide Prepared in Partnership with Rural Innovation Strategies, Inc. (RISI), Report also Includes Original Analysis by Emsi Burning Glass Detailing Broadband Workforce Needs […]

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Huffman & Jackson: This Is a Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity to Expand High-Quality Tutoring for all Students Who Need It. Our New Nonprofit’s Grants Can Help

As schools head into the final quarter, exhausted teachers and administrators are completing their third consecutive year disrupted by the pandemic. Assessments and other year-end data will provide a more complete accounting of the state of American education, but the evidence to date is disturbing.

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Nationwide Tutoring for All Students is Goal of New Nonprofit Accelerate

A new nonprofit called Accelerate launched today, bringing together local, state, and federal education leaders, philanthropists, and researchers in a national effort to bring research-based, high-impact tutoring programs to every student in U.S. K–12 public schools — and to make tutoring a permanent part of the nation’s public education system.

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Analysis: As $65 Million Initiative is Announced, a Look at 3,500 Local School Districts’ Ambitious Post-COVID Tutoring Plans

In his State of the Union address, President Joe Biden called on local educators to use their federal COVID relief aid for tutoring programs that can support students who have fallen behind academically. “I urge every parent to make sure your school does just that,” Biden said in the March 1 speech. “They have the money. We can all play a part: Sign up to be a tutor or a mentor.”

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An Analysis of Local School Districts’ Ambitious Post-Covid Tutoring Plans

In his State of the Union address, President Joe Biden called on local educators to use their federal Covid-relief aid for tutoring programs that can support students who have fallen behind academically. “I urge every parent to make sure your school does just that,” Biden said in the March 1 speech. “They have the money. We can all play a part: sign up to be a tutor or a mentor.”

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