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- Successfully adopting tablets in one small suburban district.
- The teens hacking away at NYU’s CSAW competition are quite possibly our next line of cyber defense.
- Reformers, teachers unions, conservatives, or none of the above?
- Putting the specifics in data-driven professional learning.
- From identifying a problem to building a team, Heather Staker's new book offers a complete guide to implementing a blended initiative.
- A label maker that connects to Wi-Fi, charging cabinets, top software picks, and more.
TOP 5 NEWS STORIES
- Grand Jury announcement uncertainty causes anxiety. AP
- Frequent quizzes shown to boost student achievement. NYTimes
- Some will close until Dec., others to reopen Tues. WHEC
- Just 9% of ed guests work in the field. MediaMatters
- Pulitizer Prize-winning journalist's lessons for H.S. students. EdWeek
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