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Blogs: Education Week offers 45+ blogs with a mix of breaking news and opinion about topics such as politics... teaching... technology and innovation... research... international... community... parents... and more, users get quick-takes on issues that resonate.
Videos: When writing about a topic just isn't enough, Education Week turns to video to convey issues in images and sound. From blended learning experiences (in students' own words), to co-teaching, to explanations of the latest Quality Counts special report, to whatever topic hits the hot button of the day, expect Education Week to include items for your view.
Community Forums: Education Week discussion forums provide a space where readers can ask questions, share ideas and solutions, and engage in conversation with colleagues everywhere. Network with administrators, teachers, staffers, and others in-the-know to share and learn.
Jobs and Career Advice: The TopSchoolJobs channel of Education Week features education job listings, career advice, and related resources.
Targeted Searches: Users can search for answers and research issues with built-in guidance from the past. Searchable archives from Education Week go back to 1981. There's also access to state level indicators in the Education Counts database, as well as knowledge from the Teacher archives.
Plus: Take part in regular surveys, view interactive maps, get education statistics broken down by state, read whitepapers, and more.