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As the year comes to a close, Education World reflects on the top ten stories in education from 2015.    1. The No Child Left Behind Act is Finally...
Social media has become a simple and effective means for individuals and workplaces to communicate these days, and schools are not exempt. MiddleWeb...
Education World Resource Roundup: The Holidays With EdWorld Happy holidays from Education World. As a present to you, we’ve compiled our best...
A survey conducted by TES Global and the Jefferson Education Accelerator of 4,300 teachers has revealed that a majority of teachers would like to have more say...
Tom King, regional sales manager for Skyward, has worked with over 100 district customers in a diverse K-12 landscape over the past 10 years.   Working...
Analysis from Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow John, T. Bruer indicates that on the subject of using science to improve education, research is more...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, some criticize an over-emphasis on math, one public school unveils a one-of-a-kind STEM...
With the increased reliance on technology in school, the need for internet access at home also increased. Unfortunately, many students do not have this luxury...
As the debate continues about how to properly discipline students so as to not disrupt their learning while also not disrupting the classroom, one middle...
The U.S. Department of Education released the 2016 National Education Plan yesterday, which comes six years after the last and elaborates significantly on U.S...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), Edutopia helps educators best design a makerspace this year, IBM’s good intentions cause...
A study conducted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher Elizabeth Setren discussed findings that special education students and English Language...
Free Ways to Engage Students in Computer Science for Computer Science Education Week December 7-13 is Computer Science Education Week, and there are many...
The Seattle-based education company Code.org is kicking off its third annual Hour of Code event as part of Computer Science Education week. By...
Dr. Megan Nickels is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in the College of Education and Human Performance at the University of Central Florida....
After the House of Representatives passed the Every Student Succeeds Act to overhaul the long-expired No Child Left Behind Act, politicians and education...
The influence of Google Chromebooks in U.S. classrooms has been steadily increasing and now the devices make up half of all devices used in U.S. classrooms....
Switching over to blended learning in traditional K-12 school districts is a major change, and one pubic school teacher is making the process easier by...
Education start-up PenPal Schools offers courses that combine technology with a human element by pairing students with pen pals from a pool of over 90...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), a new four-year study might have significant implications on educating females in STEM.  Four...

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