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Segregation Now

Though James Dent could watch Central High School’s homecoming parade from the porch of his faded-white bungalow, it had been years since he’d bothered, ProPublica reports. But last fall, Dent’s…

Fixing Education Is Child’s Play

The LEGO Idea Conference took place April 8-10 at the LEGOLAND Hotel and Conference Center in Billund, Denmark, Forbes reports. Hosted by the LEGO Foundation (endowed by the LEGO Group’s…

How-to
4 ways to leverage federal funds for ed-tech

Education technology is a priority in today's classrooms, and this includes ensuring that students have access to technology tools and high-speed internet to access digital learning resources. While school budgets are…

50 myths and lies about public schools

A valuable new book called “50 Myths & Lies That Threaten America’s Public Schools” takes a stark look at some of the worst ideas being promoted by school reformers around…

Mom sues Google after 5-year-old spends $65 on virtual currency

I had thought that, when it comes to tech, it was kids' job to educate their parents, CNET reports. Perhaps that's why some parents don't get around to explaining to…

Cuomo panel: State should cut ties with inBloom

New York should end its relationship with a nonprofit group creating a statewide education database, according to a report Monday from a panel created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the Journal…

Gov threatens to veto Lockhart’s education technology initiative

Gov. Gary Herbert warned that he would seriously consider vetoing House Speaker Becky Lockhart’s landmark education technology bill if the Legislature provides more than $30 million on the digital overhaul,…

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5 critical student data questions for schools

Student security and data privacy are top concerns for today's students, and now federal guidelines are helping to shed light on the often confusing issue of data security.

Speaking…

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Six areas that can improve teaching quality

A new policy guide from seven educational groups aims to help state leaders improve teaching quality with examples of models that, through research and actual implementation, have proven successful in…

Senate panel approves changes to school grading

Since lawmakers first adopted a school grading law in 2011, the controversial process of assessing school performance with a single letter grade has undergone frequent revisions, the Deseret News reports.…

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