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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

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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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Studies show that education reduces recidivism.

By: 
Kat Crawford
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When it comes to digital assets, I have found that almost universally schools do not know what they have. Inventory controls are minimal when it comes to digital curriculum.

By: 
LeiLani Cauthen
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High school graduation would require fewer state tests under Senate plan | How much money are Illinois colleges getting in the new budget? | Houston ISD going all-in on wraparound services | Fairbury schools to test for nicotine in high school students

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“Data is the new oil.” That quote, first attributed in 2006 to a UK data scientist named Clive Humby, was made popular in a 2017 report published in The Economist.

By: 
Charles Sosnik
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$11.5B Texas school finance bill signed into law | Summer training rewards AP teachers | New York repeals religious exemption for school vaccinations | Commission on Higher Education focuses on making college more affordable

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