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Guiding the way toward bold change that is needed in American K–12 education.
Guiding the way toward bold change that is needed in American K–12 education.
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Last year, Colorado and Florida used two different strategies to close the charter-school funding gaps in their states. How'd they do it?
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Do we know enough about individual students to responsibly intervene in their lives through interventions such as "nudging"?
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Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang proposes eliminating middle schools, the transition to which is shown to cause a drop in test scores for students. Learn more in our latest #BehindtheHeadline installment.
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How can education innovation move forward in 2018? Julia Freeland Fisher of the Clayton Christensen Institute has five suggestions. #edtech #innovation #education #newyear #personalizedlearning
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Teachers are far more likely to collaborate with each other about their practice when their classrooms are nearby. These findings suggest that, even with no additional resources, schools can be more strategic with their teacher development strategies.
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In an excerpt from his new memoir Madison Park: A Place of Hope, Eric L. Motley describes childhood in the 1970s and 1980s in a small community founded by freed slaves in Alabama. Even as he was bused to an elementary school forty-five minutes away as part of Montgomery’s integration efforts, his friends and neighbors in Madison Park banded together to support him at every stage of his learning process and help him excel academically.
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When it comes to education reform, Asians don’t exist.
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Research shows that America's teaching force lacks the diversity of its student population. Why should we care? A growing body of literature suggests that outcomes such as test scores, attendance, and suspension rates are affected by the demographic (mis)match between teachers and students.
#education #research #edresearch #students #teachers #teaching #learning #school #policy #edpolicy
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