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Thu, 10/09/2014 - 11:16am
AIR early childhood researchers briefed Washington policy makers on increased academic rigor in the nation’s kindergartens. 
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Can we create safe and supportive learning environments inside and outside the classroom? Experts give new ideas.
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At a panel June 3, experts discussed My Brother’s Keeper and building ladders of opportunity for boys and young men of color.

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View a selection of event recaps and data. From panels and discussions to Capitol Hill briefings, AIR Researchers and other national experts share the latest findings-- what works and what doesn't-- as our schools grapple with enduring and emerging challenges of education in the 21st century.

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