What we may all miss when the much-maligned law finally gets rewritten.
- Teachers visit Auschwitz, bring back messages from survivors.
- In California, enrollment in teacher education programs is down by 53%, but the problem is more pervasive.
- The NYC schools chancellor on testing, recentralizing control, and tech initiatives.
- Illinois school district approaches new testing system with an “all skills on deck” approach.
- Is it better to be a tortoise or a hare when initiating new tech in your schools? It all depends on context.
- Tablets used to reign as schools’ top hardware choice. But Google’s low-cost laptops are cutting into Apple’s share of the education market.
- Jessica Lahey on her new book, assessments, and school leaders.
- Fourteen years after first handing out laptops to students, this district continues to lead.
- Retain more of your staff by understanding their needs and helping them succeed.
Today's Top Ed News
- Critics are loud, but having trouble reversing state actions. Governing
- State considering "electioneering" ban for school employees. DCourier
- 25,000 children ignore Detroit to attend suburban schools. DetroitNews
- Nashville school experiment: One teacher in charge of several classrooms. WAMU
- Op-ed points out discrepancies in common phrase. WashPost
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