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The Education Week Research Center put education technology’s effectiveness to the test and found that, when it comes to teachers’ views about related innovations: Less than 33% said they’ve changed their beliefs about what schools should look like. Less than 50% said...
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Recent Education News Makers: A 2008 report’s warning that our schools were falling behind their international peers set the stage for the Common Core pushed at great expense by the Obama administration and adopted by most states. Now comes a Brookings Institution...
“The education reform movement as we have known it is over. Top-down federal and state reforms, along with big-city reforms have stalled. The political winds for education change have shifted dramatically. Something has ended, and we must learn the lessons of what the...
Reportedly, there are more than 44 million borrowers who collectively owe about $1.5 trillion in student loan debt in the U.S., averaging about $37,172 per person. However, those who struggle the most owe less having never finished college. Riding to the rescue is...
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