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Colleges Seek Out Future Special Ed. Teachers

Through new offerings and partnerships, education schools are looking for ways to bring more prospective candidates into the field. (February 11, 2016)

Photos: A Day in the Life of a Principal

Education Week asked principals to post photos that captured their daily lives as school leaders. View a gallery of their submissions. (February 10, 2016)

PARCC, Smarter Balanced Tests Better at Gauging Depth, Complexity, Study Says

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Teacher Shortages Put Pressure on Lawmakers

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Kansas Supreme Court Rules Block-Grant Funding Formula Unconstitutional

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  • Sophomore Miguel D’Agostino, 17, looks down the hallway before the start of a learning-support class at Coatesville High School in Coatesville, Pa. —Charles Mostoller for Education Week
  • As she makes the rounds at Coatesville High School in Coatesville, Pa., Superintendent Cathy Taschner hugs choir student Katie Ernst, 17. Taschner co-founded a volunteer group that helps parents of students with disabilities to navigate the system. —Charles Mostoller for Education Week

Group Aims to Help Parents of Students With Disabilities

In a Pennsylvania town roiled by controversy after a superintendent's resignation, a volunteer group's efforts seek to rebuild trust between the community and school district. (February 11, 2016)

Where Are Teachers Getting Their Common-Core Materials?

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Teachers at Low-Income Schools Deserve Respect

To stem disruptive staff turnover in low-income schools, we must first shift public perception, writes educator Bruce Hansen. (February 10, 2016)

Flint Educator: Our Water Crisis Is a Crisis of Trust

A Flint, Mich., teacher weighs in on how the city's water crisis has damaged more than students' health. (February 8, 2016)

Is School Choice a Revolving Door?

For students participating in school choice initiatives, who leaves and who stays? Joshua Cowen of Michigan State University explores. (February 10, 2016)

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At 25, TFA Bridges Generations of Teachers

Teacher Wanda Troutman joined Teach For America's original 1990 corps. Alejandro Diasgranados entered teaching through TFA last year. We asked them to discuss their experiences with each other. View the report.

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Tenn. Online Test Crashes, Causing Delays and Return to Paper and Pencil

The window for administration of the Tennessee state assessment was delayed and extended as officials scrambled to replace the malfunctioning online test with paper versions. (February 9, 2016)

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Empowering Students With Data

Teacher Kimberly Long shares how educators can use students' formative and summative data to make powerful changes in the classroom for a dynamic learning environment. (February 10, 2016)

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Global Ed-Tech Funding, Propelled by Big Deals, Reaches New Record

Global ed-tech funding reached nearly $3 billion in 2015, with interest in Chinese companies driving much of the growth. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a new service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (February 10, 2016)

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