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Gates’ ed-tech nonprofit inBloom folds over data privacy worries

It turns out parents and school districts are skeptical about companies that want to collect large amounts of data on their children, Venture Beat reports. Shocker. Faced with major public…

Photo Series Captures The Part Of A Teacher’s Day You Never See

It is the calm after the storm, the Huffington Post reports. After the last school bell rings and rowdy children shuffle out, teachers are left with a few silent moments…

Competing Views of Teacher Tenure Are on Display in California Case

These are two vastly different portraits of California’s education system, the New York Times reports. In one, poor and minority students are frequently placed in front of incompetent teachers whose…

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3 practices that support innovation

Don't let the headline mislead you: This story won't tell you how to innovate. Still, being open and willing to take a risk or two can put your school district…

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4 questions every tech leader should answer

As schools continuously work to construct digital learning plans that will help transform teaching and learning, it is essential that school technology leaders are updated with the latest policies and…

Georgia sets out to build a better teacher

How do you build a better teacher? That’s the question Georgia has spent four years and millions of Race to the Top dollars trying to answer, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.…

10 Iconic Teacher Actions That Technology Should Disrupt

A little bit of technology doesn’t change much, TeachThought reports. Can make things a little easier by automating them. It could make a lesson here or there gee-wiz flashy, or…

How-to
5 steps to better early childhood tech use

Closing the digital divide has been a constant challenge as technology tools and use become more prevalent in schools. Now, research shows that developing early technology skills can help close…

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School libraries urged to embrace the digital–cautiously

Technology might make some parts of libraries obsolete--but librarians won't be among them, panelists contended at the annual Texas Library Association conference in San Antonio, which drew 7,200 attendees. As the…

The Deafening Silence of Teachers

As Americans we have always been taught that one of the greatest things about being an American Citizen is that we are protected by the First Amendment in the United…

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