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Sophie Quinton covers higher education and economic development as a Staff Correspondent at National Journal. Sophie has previously covered the White House, politics, health care and national security, and she now writes for the Next America project. She graduated from Yale University with a degree in English.

 

Latest From Sophie Quinton

When Universities Use Personal Data to Help Students

As schools gather more and more data about students, these professors want to use the information to personalize their teaching.

Can Technology Get More Students Through College?

Officials at Virginia's largest community college are turning to data analytics in the hopes of boosting graduation rates.

Why Colleges Want Your Personal Data

If data analysis helps raise graduation rates, is that worth the privacy concerns?

Closing the Achievement Gap, One School at a Time

There are plenty of ways to get more minority students in advanced high school courses. But the first step is to recognize the problem.

No Child Written Off: 'You Can Get Smarter'

In Evanston, a radical experiment is underway to prove that intelligence is not fixed and achievement gaps are not inevitable. 

Get Ready for Calculus in Third Grade, Kids

To increase access to advanced math courses in high school, a suburban Maryland district is focusing on elementary school. 

How Online Learning Can Close the AP Participation Gap

A University of Iowa program lets students take online courses for free.

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