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Dear Reader,

Edweek.org is undergoing exciting changes designed to make it easier for people to access more content than ever on the nation’s premier news site covering K-12 education.

Registered users will have access to a selection of stories chosen by the editors from the latest issue of Education Week, called “Editors’ Picks,” in addition to the best K-12 news stories from the Associated Press. Plus, the top three stories on the edweek.org home page will now be free to all readers.

As always, Education Week headlines and all the content from Digital Directions, the Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook, TopSchoolJobs.org, and our community content delivered through blogs and chats are free and open to everyone.

When you register, you will also have access to our timely and informative e-newsletters on topics ranging from the No Child Left Behind Act to educational technology, as well as weekly updates on our top stories and online events. Registered users also have full access to Teacher Magazine Online, our latest research reports, and our popular Issues A-Z pages from the EPE Research Center.

We’re also pleased to announced that we now offer another way for you to connect with edweek.org: Registered readers have the opportunity to comment on every single story we post, and to connect with others who are also commenting. All it takes to become involved in our new community is to complete our quick, simple registration.

We invite you to explore all of edweek.org’s offerings and features by using our handy free content page.

Sincerely,

Paul Hyland
Executive Producer
edweek.org

p.s. Of course, we welcome your comments (below) about our new changes or anything else regarding access to our content.

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