What I saw, and what I liked, during three days in Philly.
- Handle tasks head-on to speed student success.
- Tech editor Brian Nadel covers all the updates from Philadelphia.
- Four tips to change the way you help your staff grow.
- Hardware glitches delay, but donít derail, Guilford Countyís $30 million plan to personalize learning.
- Five strategies to help students conquer their math anxiety.
- Lois Bridges shares why kids should choose their own books.
- Too many girls think science and technology are not for them. Hereís how to get girls excited about STEM.
- A small urban district overcomes funding woes to create innovative programs, work with teachers, and push student achievement forward.
- Nell Duke shares her strategies for making time for powerful projects.
Today's Top Ed News
- Senate will debate proposal Tuesday, House slated for later in month. WashPost
- State ditches PARCC, AIR will create new assessments. ClePD
- Gov. and state BOE at odds, issue might be decided Thursday. EdWeek
- Funds will create a scholarship fund. NYTimes
- Large number of donations came from for-profit ed companies. WashPost
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