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How ESSA is Helping One School District Recruit Great Teachers
Clark County educators used funds available through the Every Student Succeeds Act to bring highly effective teachers to high-needs schools.
U.S. Education Department rejects California’s science testing plans via EdSource
The U.S. Department of Education has rejected California’s request to begin administering online tests this spring based on new science standards.
Arizona State School Board Votes to Replace Common Core via
The biggest difference in Arizona's standards involves instruction in cursive writing.
Personalized Learning and Common Core: Mortal Enemies? via US News
Some say it's possible to let kids learn when and what they like and hold them to high standards, too.
Can Movies Replace Books in Reading Class? via Education Week
Near Trenton, N.J., school district officials are arguing that teachers often have a good reason for not asking students to read entire books.
Do Kids Get Too Much Homework? via Learning Liftoff
Is homework helpful or an undue burden on kids? Here's what the experts say.
Are Personalized Learning And Common Core Mortal Enemies?
Can students learn about what they like, at their own pace, and still pass standardized tests at the end of each year? It’s a dilemma facing a growing number of schools and districts that have jumped onto a new tech-fueled trend in education known as “personalized learning.” The goal of personalized learning is to tailor …
Ohio's "Common Core wars" become Common Core naming confusion
Supports of the Common Core learning standards hope new revisions will let them avoid the touchy "Common Core" label but critics say that won't happen.
How do states schools compare to the rest of the nation's? Education Week has an interactive map with details.
This interactive map offers a quick way to examine state-by-state grades and summary data.
Teach to One: Inventing the Future of Math Learning via Education Week
In 2007, Joel Rose conceived an idea for an innovative, blended way to teach middle school math. Today, it has spread to over 40 schools reaching 13,000 students. Here's how.
Find out how one district is efficiently managing #sped requirements for 19,000 students #edtech
“I believe that this tool truly will make a difference for all in doing the best we can to ensure our students reach their full potential,” says Ziraldo.
When Teachers and Technology Let Students Be Masters of Their Own Learning #edtech via EdSurge
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