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Funding your Way

A Jeff's Journal Entry

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Tricky October

A Graduate Student Blog Entry

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5 Questions on the Common Core

Kids have vocabulary homework, and this fall parents do, too. Their term? Common Core State Standards. Developed by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers, the set of voluntary K-12 education standards for language arts and math was intended to create uniform expectations for U.S. students, but implementation—as of press time, it’s in use in 43 states and D.C.—has proved controversial. Maria Ferguson, director of the Center on Education Policy at GW’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development, sat down with GW Magazine to explain the policy beneath the politics.

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GSEHD Hosts College Access and Affordability Institute

Leaders in Higher Education discuss national college affordability

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