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Thousands more students could be eating school lunch completely free starting next fall, thanks to a four-year-old federal program that is finally expanding to all 50 states. The expansion comes through the so-called Community Eligibility Provision, passed by Congress and...

source: USA Today

The number of public school teachers facing disciplinary action in Tennessee is on the rise, and social media could be partly to blame. A Chattanooga Times Free Press review of disciplinary data over the past decade data shows teachers are increasingly failing to maintain...

source: The Associated Press via The Tennessean

States with large rural populations are launching strategies to encourage more kids to go to college by making it easier to earn college credit while they're still in high school. This spring, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, a Republican, signed into law a $1.3 million program...

source: USA Today

Sick of hearing people bicker about the political football called common core? You have lots of company. A new poll finds barely half of Americans haven't even heard of the new standards, let alone heard about them nonstop (like...

source: Education Week

Why authentic learning? There are so many reasons to choose from, some of the most important being: providing deep purpose for learning, empowering students, providing differentiation and choice options in learning, connecting students to others locally and globally, and...

source: eSchool News

The Common Core's main selling point was that new, shared standards would ensure American students were learning at the same rates across state lines. Common standards — linked to common tests — would tell schools in Illinois...

source: The Hechinger Report


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