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Education Week is American education's newspaper of record.
Education Week is American education's newspaper of record.

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As Puerto Rican families leave their devastated homeland for the mainland, school districts are preparing to take in students and offer jobs to teachers.
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Broad's departure raises the question of whether the foundation will be as aggressive on education issues now that he is no longer at the helm.
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Is relaxing teacher certification requirements the answer to the shortage, or to the problems and challenges we have as educators? Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers tackle this question.
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"Books like 'To Kill a Mockingbird' make us uncomfortable because it shows things that not only upset us, but it shows us things about ourselves that may upset us."
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The Trump team is really behind the Obama administration's pace when it comes to filing top positions at the U.S. Department of Education. What difference do these delays make?
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How can schools prepare their technology for natural disasters? In this upcoming webinar, Houston and Miami’s chief technology officers discuss what they learned from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and provide essential tips for any disaster response.

Register here: https://buff.ly/2y0GnAK
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“What if our K-12 schools believed in students the same way that Google believes in its engineers?” writes educator Matt Presser.
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These two gubernatorial races may offer some clues to how education issues may factor into 2018's election year, when 36 governors' seats are up for grabs.
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See what teachers and district leaders are saying about technology giants competing in America’s K-12 schools in this must-see research-driven report by Edweek Market Brief. http://buff.ly/2uyeL25
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Thanks to the common core and growing demand for statisticians, statistics is being incorporated into the early grades.
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