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In a new report, HGSE's Making Caring Common initiative finds widespread support among American parents for the idea of sending their kids to schools that are well integrated — but it also finds that when given the choice, families tend to pick schools that further segregate the system. (Quartz)
The Education Redesign Lab partnered with the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health for a conversation on intersections between the healthcare system and education outcomes for students. (HGSE's Usable Knowledge)
DACA has transformed young immigrants' lives, a new report by Roberto Gonzales says. Will the Supreme Court save it? (NBC News)
Mandy Savitz-Romer writes about one way to level the playing field in college admissions: Invest in school counselors. (Education Week)