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Read the latest news articles and press releases about Bellwether below.

WASHINGTON—Today marks the official launch of Promise54, a new, nonprofit talent solutions provider created to support the education field as it works to deliver on the promise of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision.

Promise54 is led by former Bellwether partners Xiomara Padamsee and Monisha Lozier, who will continue to work with a variety of educational organizations to examine and refine their talent systems, structures, and behaviors.

U.S. News & World Report -- Praising public education on social media doesn't equate with real support.

U.S. News & World Report -- Too often, 3-year-olds fall through the cracks in early childhood education.

The 74 Million --Rather than trying to get one accountability system to do everything, states should give parents the right tools for their job — supporting their child.

U.S. News & World Report -- Education policymakers mustn't give up hope that schools can produce better results.

The 74 Million -- Mathematica Policy Research released a study earlier this week looking at the effects of KIPP pre-K on student achievement. The results, which have gotten attention on The 74 and other outlets, are promising for proponents of pre-K. But there are some additional things you should know.

U.S. News & World Report -- Schools are doing students a disservice by shielding them from an amazing natural phenomenon.

U.S. News & World Report -- Civic and cultural institutions offer valuable learning experiences for children.

The 74 Million -- Thoughtfully creating coherent systems of support that enable all students to graduate from high school prepared to enter college or the workforce requires a wholesale rethinking of the ways in which education and social service agencies interact with one another, with the children in their care, and with families and caregivers.

U.S. News & World Report -- Disparities in learning begin even earlier than you think.

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