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11/25 07:00 am | 8 Ways Machine Learning Will Improve Education | Machine learning, an effort to program computers to identify patterns in data to inform algorithms that can make data-driven predictions or decisions is changing how we learn. ...
11/16 05:00 pm | Exponential Technology: Everything is Closer Than it Appears | Exponential technologies have created eight opportunities for operators, Edupreneurs, and investors. Taking full advantage of these eight opportunities requires an improved ...
11/12 06:00 am | Smart Cities Need Great Schools, The Best Antidote to Poverty | Healthy learning ecosystems are critical for equity and opportunity. In a meeting with Missouri charter school leaders we discussed critical elements of learning ecosystems. ...


04/03 01:20 pm | So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodnight | One last post before we hit the road. A thank you to our readers and the EdWeek staff, and a review of the progress we have made since launch.
03/11 03:26 pm | There Is No Bubble in Educational Technology: Not For Businesses That Actually Make Sense | Many people are wondering whether there is a bubble in educational technology. Has too much venture capital been invested in the sector? Have valuations gotten too high? My ...
01/30 11:55 am | Datapalooza: How the Federal Government is Easing the College Process | Datapalooza highlighted the strengthening bond between the federal government and new apps and websites (for profit and nonprofit alike) seeking to streamline and educate the ...


11/19 05:49 am | The Greatest Ed Tech Generation Ever | LIVE at the EdTechTeacher iPad Summit Boston, Justin Reich calls on all educators to make this the "greatest ed tech generation ever."
11/11 10:53 am | Assessing Innovation: A Case Study Approach to Teacher Evaluation Systems | If teacher evaluation systems encouraged thoughtful innovation, would classroom practice follow? This post presents an imaginary system based on four case studies.
11/05 01:58 pm | Freedom to Learn: Inspiring Students in Constructivist Math Classrooms | Exceptional educators inspire their students to construct their own understanding and gain new freedom to learn.
For decades, advertising has promised faster, better, easier learning with technology, Larry Cuban writes.
April 16, 2013 - Education Week
Allowing carefully chosen brands in public schools would help schools today and the economy in years to come, Mickey Freeman writes.
November 6, 2012 - Education Week
Technology isn't a silver bullet, says Salman Khan, but when used appropriately, it can enable teachers to lead differentiated and interactive classrooms.
October 1, 2012 - Education Week
Yong Zhao asks how leaders can push for both entrepreneurial thinking and high standardized-test scores in schools.
July 17, 2012 - Education Week
Once shunned in the bolted-down classroom, nonconformity is finding its way back into school buildings by design, writes David Holahan.
July 13, 2012 - Education Week
The federal government can be a driving force for school improvement if we pay attention to history, write Patrick McGuinn, Larry Berger, and David Stevenson.
May 3, 2012 - Education Week
It may be easy to dismiss the ideas of young education entrepreneurs, but they could transform the K-12 landscape, Phoenix M. Wang writes.
November 8, 2011 - Education Week
The intuitive and creative designs of Apple products have changed our relationship to technology—once distant, it's now far more accessible, writes Greg Gunn.
October 18, 2011 - Education Week

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