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Middle schools beefing up career and technical ed labs | Making the FAFSA mandatory | Ivey tours workforce development efforts | Breaking down the FCC's latest broadband brouhaha

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Vaping, or smoking e-cigarettes, has become an immense health hazard among young children and teens.

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The simple fact is every bit of information you can possibly imagine is being collected from your students. And it never goes away.

By: 
Charles Sosnik
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California to add more computer science courses, teachers answering the call | Financial literacy could become requirement | How to Teach Handwriting and Why It Matters | High-school apprenticeships give kids a chance to earn money, credit, work experience

Research

Editor’s Note: This is part one of a series on the causes and prevention...

By: 
Franklin P. Schargel
Spotlight

Technology dominates the education landscape discussion. It can bridge language-learning gaps and increase access with automation so fine that it can literally speak to a student and correct pronunciation and context

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'Tech for Rural Districts' brings new resources to remote schools | 23 colleges and groups get $183.8M to expand apprenticeships | North Carolina bill seeks to rehire retired teachers | California finally to move ahead with 'cradle to career' data system

Ideas

Student suspensions continue to be a major issue in American schools. ...

By: 
Tom Hierck and Kent D. Peterson
Perspective

Math textbooks today assert that their “scripted” way of teaching is best for all schools

By: 
Al Noyes
Thoughts

The task of earning a diploma is particularly difficult for adults with low literacy skills, known as low-literate adults.

By: 
Vinod Lobo

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