SAT Results 2016: It's Complicated

The class of 2016 posted slightly lower scores on the old SAT. The College Board didn't release scores from the new SAT, which made its debut this year. (September 27, 2016)

K-12 Education Shut Out of the Presidential Debate Spotlight

Though child-care access got a quick and early shout-out, K-12 education received no substantive discussion as Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and GOP contender Donald Trump clashed. (September 26, 2016)

K-12 Computing Market Moves Toward 2-in-1 Devices

(September 26, 2016)

Ed-Tech Leaders Outline Ambitious Broadband Goals

(September 23, 2016)

Teachers Seize On 'Growth Mindset,' But Crave More Training

(September 22, 2016)

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Fresh Policy Leverage Waits as Gov. Elections Heat Up

A dozen states will pick governors Nov. 8, and the winners will play a crucial role in setting the education agenda under the new Every Student Succeeds Act. (September 22, 2016)

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Chicago Teachers Vote Overwhelmingly to Authorize Strike

(September 26, 2016)

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Opinion

What Is the Value of a Blue Ribbon School?

The Blue Ribbon Schools Program could offer schools more than just recognition, writes Queens College's Ted Kesler. (September 26, 2016)

Why Can't Teachers Cross State Lines?

States must create authoritative teacher-licensing boards to treat teachers as the professionals they are, urges Arthur E. Wise. (September 23, 2016)

Are LGBT Students Safe?

Policies protecting LGBT students aren't enough. Educators must also create a safe environment for them, write Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers. (September 25, 2016)

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Yearly Special Reports

Teachers Still Struggling to Use Tech to Transform Instruction, Survey Finds

Technology Counts 2016

The 2016 edition of Education Week’s long-running Technology Counts report combines in-depth reporting and insight from an original national survey to reveal how teachers approach integrating technology into the classroom and their overall confidence in education technology.

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What Is the Common Core?

Here’s your all-in-one guide to the Common Core State Standards, adopted by a majority of states with great fanfare—and considerable pushback in some places. Read more.

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Digital Directions

New 'Open' Ed. Project to Challenge Commercial Publishers for K-12 Work

Open Up Resources, a nonprofit led by a former Pearson executive, will try to produce openly licensed material at "curriculum scale," rather than just individual lessons and units. (September 16, 2016)

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Teacher

Five Reasons Why Teachers Should Write About Their Practice

Writing about teaching is a meaningful exercise that can be transformative to teachers' practice, Nancy Barile writes. (September 20, 2016)

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Report: Personalized Learning Needed in Increasingly Diverse Classrooms

A lack of high-quality personalized curricula is stalling efforts to work with diverse student populations, a report finds. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a new service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (September 20, 2016)

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