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Rise & Shine: KIPP sees results of its college recruiting quota deals


  • DPS will use a $10 million grant from the Gates Foundation to help expand its LEAP evaluation system. EdNews Colorado


  • The KIPP network is seeing the benefits of its recruiting deals with higher education institutions. Washington Post
  • The Rosetta Stone language learning program is wading into the ed tech market. Wall Street Journal
  • Teach for America clarified that its corps members will not replace laid off teachers in Chicago. HuffPo


  • Editorial: The Denver Post argues that the closure of Colorado’s prepaid tuition fund shows that higher education costs have gotten out of hand.

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