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At least ten percent of students who graduate from high school and plan on going to college never show up on campus in the fall, a phenomenon called "summer melt." A new #ENPodcast explores how to help at-risk students. #summermelt #college #highered
At least ten percent of students who graduate from high school and plan on going to college never show up on campus in the fall, a phenomenon called "summer melt." Ben Castleman of the University of Virginia has studied the causes of summer melt and is testing some innovative interventions to help get at-risk students to college.
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Business and political leaders worked hard to woo Rocketship to Milwaukee but now that the charter management organization is here, it's struggled to meet enrollment goals, reports Annysa Johnson in the #Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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If you love food trucks, you're probably going to love this #popup   #charterschool   in New Orleans! Matt Candler describes how his organization provides design guidance, leadership coaching, and financial support to aspiring school founders!
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Be careful how you interpret estimates of the "average" teacher salary. There are far more new teachers in the classroom today than there were two decades ago. ednxt.co/29syoN9
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Are today’s virtual charter schools as bad as their reputation suggests? What, if any, are their virtues? #charters #schoolchoice #innovation #onlineecharters
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#4: It’s important to talk to people who don’t agree with you.
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Under Cami Anderson, New Public Schools suffered from political conflict over unpopular reforms. New superintendent Chris Cerf has a plan to engage families and stakeholders while maintaining progress. #edreform #Newark #learning
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In the News: Erin Richards checks in with Rocketship Education's first charter school outside of California and learns that Milwaukee's Southside Community Prep is performing exceptionally well yet struggling to meet enrollment goals. ednxt.co/29xBi7X


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What assessment will your state administer this upcoming school year? It's become increasingly unlikely the answer will be an exam created by one of the #CommonCore  testing consortia.


#education   #schools   #schooling   #assessment   #SmarterBalanced   #PARCC  
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Michael Petrilli claims that helping #charters examine and improve their #discipline practices is praiseworthy; making them change their approach via top-down dictates is not. #schoolchoice  ednxt.co/29BwyyR
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Lessons for teachers on how the art of practice applies to the classroom. #teaching #instruction #practice
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The New York Times's front page piece on Detroit charters reported only part of the story. Jay P. Greene sets the record straight.
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Guiding the way toward bold change that is needed in American K–12 education.
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In the stormy seas of school reform, this journal will steer a steady course, presenting the facts as best they can be determined, giving voice (without fear or favor) to worthy research, sound ideas, and responsible arguments. Bold change is needed in American K–12 education, but Education Next partakes of no program, campaign, or ideology. It goes where the evidence points.