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This Week: Top Headlines in EducationIt’s a critical time...

This Week: Top Headlines in Education It’s a critical time particularly for states, as leaders are scrambling to finalize the ESSA accountability plans for their […]

7 Ways to Think Like a Designer and Enhance Online...

7 Ways to Think Like a Designer and Enhance Online Learning Online learning is booming. U.S. students in traditional K-12 schools have enrolled in 750,000 […]

6 Tips for Doing Adaptive Learning the Right WayThere’s quite a...

6 Tips for Doing Adaptive Learning the Right Way There’s quite a lot of evidence that adaptive learning is one of the best examples of […]

The Future of Assessments: 4 Valuable Lessons for...

The Future of Assessments: 4 Valuable Lessons for Educators The global education market, particularly in higher education, is experiencing a rising need for formative assessment […]

Technology and the At-Risk Student: 3 Ways to Change Their...

Technology and the At-Risk Student: 3 Ways to Change Their Learning Outcomes Students who are labeled “at risk” face a unique set of learning challenges […]

This Week: Top Headlines in EducationThere are rising concerns...

This Week: Top Headlines in Education There are rising concerns about science education, particularly as colleges and universities report significant drops in student interest and […]

Survey: K-12 Teachers Concerned with ESSA’s Impact on...

Survey: K-12 Teachers Concerned with ESSA’s Impact on Their Classrooms Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve talked about the next phase of the ESSA […]

Video and Mobile Learning: What the Research...

Video and Mobile Learning: What the Research Says Digital learning is getting a major boost – great news for education. A 2017 report from the […]

This Week: Top Headlines in EducationThe latest stir on Capitol...

This Week: Top Headlines in Education The latest stir on Capitol Hill could spell trouble for ESSA. Late last week, House Republicans have started moving […]

Experts Weigh in on ESSA at Education Week SummitAs the ESSA...

Experts Weigh in on ESSA at Education Week Summit As the ESSA transition takes shape this year, there is anxiety and uncertainty at both the […]

Superintendents and Their Double Bottom LineSuperintendents have...

Superintendents and Their Double Bottom Line Superintendents have a tough road. They’re leaving the field in “unprecedented numbers,” cracking under the political and fiscal pressures […]

This Week: Top Headlines in EducationThere’s so many new...

This Week: Top Headlines in Education There’s so many new education technology apps and tools being released, it can be overwhelming for teachers. The U.S. […]

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