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For the first 100 days after Donald Trump's inauguration, teachers will have access to a new resource that helps teach respect and tolerance.
The PARCC has, for the second time, made hundreds of test items from its last assessment public.
The debate over charter school development in Connecticut continues after state calls for proposals.
The deadlines for state ESSA plans are rapidly approaching.
A four-part series recommends that schools integrate teaching self-regulation into their respective cultures.
A subcommittee has made several suggestions for how officials can deal with Wyoming's education funding deficit.
A new grants program seeks to improve U.S. manufacturing education.
A look at how to introduce 3D printing to your school/classroom in 2017.
Be a little better in 2017 without adding to your day-to-day stress with these accomplishable goals.
National School Choice Week is expecting record numbers of participants this year.
Could this be the most durable Chromebook to date?
A new report provides in-depth analysis of the school-to-prison pipeline in Indiana and beyond.
What will 2017 hold for America's K-12 LGBT students?
Education Week's latest Quality Counts report reveals the state of education in all 50 states.
Read about one Chicago-based educator's commitment to creating informed future voters.
A state teachers' union is aiming to help students who suffer from trauma this year.
The Senate's education committee has scheduled its hearing to review Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education.
A survey reveals an opportunity that libraries might be missing.
The U.S. Department of Education is encouraging families to be engaged under ESSA.

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