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Teachers reveal the 7 things they wish they could tell parents — but can’t

Business Insider spoke with a dozen teachers on the 7 most common things they wish they could tell parents about their kids.
White House senior advisor Stephen Miller.

The Trump administration reportedly spent months trying to make sure unauthorized immigrants couldn’t go to school

The White House adviser Stephen Miller tried to find a way to bar unauthorized immigrant children from attending public schools, Bloomberg reports.

These 20 states have the most experienced public school teachers

Research shows experienced teachers can lead to better outcomes for students. INSIDER found the top 20 states with the most experienced teachers.
Berea College in Kentucky is known for its work-study program that gives students a fully funded education.

13 of the most unique colleges in America

Some US colleges go beyond the ordinary, like Deep Springs College, where students study, live, and work in the middle of the desert in California.
Some teachers spend thousands of dollars a year for their classrooms.

31 teachers across the US reveal their exact salary, and how much of it goes to paying for school supplies like chalk and pencils

Many teachers say they're paying for basic supplies out of their own pocket, with expenses as high as $1,000 in some places.

The 20 states with the best high school graduation rates

National high school graduation rates are at al all-time high, but not all states fare the same. Scroll through to see which states came out on top.

20 states where the most number of teachers spend their own money on school supplies

Massive budget cuts have sent shockwaves through the education system, where nearly all public school teachers have had to pay for class supplies.

Going to grad school was the best thing I’ve ever done for my money, but taking out $33,000 of loans to do it was the worst

Grad school was worth it in the end, but financially, I did just about everything wrong ... starting from day one.

Here’s how the SAT has changed over the past 90 years and where it might be heading

What began as an IQ exam for WWI soldiers has evolved into the most important test a student may ever take. Here's how it's changed over the years.
The student debt problem hit a depressing milestone in 2018.

9 ways student debt is one more thing that’s worse for women than men

The student-loan debt crisis is hitting women hard. They carry most of the nation's student debt, and it takes them longer than men to repay it.