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Education reformers reconsider role of testing
Against the backdrop of the testing opt-out movement and a push for personalized learning, many education reformers are speak -More
School leaders address harmful student behaviors
School principals often have to address difficult student behaviors, including potential criminal issues such as underage dri -More
Long-time educator leads district security team
Brian Schulder, the security and safety director at a New York school district, says that his background as an educator and c -More
How should new teachers spend their time?
A look at 2019's top edtech trends
Some of the top 10 technology trends for 2019 are making inroads in the classroom, according to Gartner. -More
Students compete in lunar-themed robotics event
Middle-school students in Michigan recently launched their own lunar rovers as part of the FIRST Tech Challenge. -More
Districts buy battery-powered buses
A New York state school district recently added to its fleet five battery-powered buses that produce zero emissions. -More
How will Amazon headquarters affect schools?
Amazon announced Tuesday it would open new headquarters in Queens, N.Y., and in Virginia. -More
DeVos faces lawsuit concerning student loans from closed schools
Is spending on school security effective?
The 2012 Newtown, Conn., school shooting prompted a spike in school security spending -- a market that has grown to $2.7 bill -More
Mentorships spark students' STEM curiosity
The more STEM exposure students receive while in school, the better chance they'll have to acquire important skills prior to -More
Secrets of the edu-Twitter influencers
In this article from the November Educational Leadership magazine, six educators, who've become popular voices on social medi -More
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