Three ways districts are dealing with the end of support for the 13-year-old operating system.
- Michelle Rhee on unions, Martin West on testing, and 3 other soundbites from this week's conference.
- SLJ's Librarian of the year mixes Minecraft, coding, and Google hangouts in her library.
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- Technology comes second. First, build support by selling your vision to staff and community.
- How top high school athletes balance studies with tennis.
- School Improvement Network is bringing one of the biggest trends in education—differentiated learning—to teachers.
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- NYTimes' weighs in on student privacy debate.
- Some are questioning the spread of alternative certifications. NPR
- Study: Benefits doubtful on starting K late. WallStreetJournal
- Rhee, Ravitch, and a bevy of top reporters. EdDive
- Rodents, roaches, and garbage cited; outsourcing blamed. WashPost
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