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In the waning years of the Obama administration, US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan sees several important and difficult priorities ahead of him, he told Education Week in a wide-ranging 30-minute interview. Chief among them: The...

source: Education Week

As the STEAM movement grows, more and more schools are integrating the arts into their STEM curricula. Those who have already made the transition offer these suggestions for schools just getting started: Avoid the "Traditional Pull" Dr. Jo Green-Rucker, the DeSoto (Texas)...

source: EdTech Magazine

More states are allowing schools to have armed staff to defend students against active shooters, nearly a year and a half after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut. In 2013, 21 states strengthened gun laws to require trigger-locking devices and background...

source: District Administration Magazine

The winter of record cold and heavy snow nationwide is finally over, but its impact persists even as students begin the countdown to summer break. School systems in at least 10 states and the District of Columbia used up all of the year's allotted snow days by mid-February,...

source: District Administration Magazine

Once it's begun, you can't fully separate the person from the task. When the artist is painting, the painter and the act of painting become a single "thing." The emerging artwork becomes a part of it all, too. As a teacher, your "self" is embedded within your teaching —...

source: Edutopia

Many of the nation's public schools have been implementing new standards for literacy and math that are called the Common Core. Right now, big new standardized tests intended to make sure kids meet these standards are themselves being tested out in many states. In just a...

source: NPR


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