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Special Report 10 Big Ideas in Education 2020
In the latest edition of Big Ideas, Education Week reporters and editors question some of the basic assumptions that underpin public education and stand in the way of transformation.
January 8, 2020
Special Report The New World of Work
Students may need new and different skills—such as creativity or data know how—to thrive in the emerging economy. This special report explores what some schools are doing to meet those needs and what employers want from their new hires.
February 5, 2020
School Climate & Safety Collection Citizen Z: An Education Week Project
To better understand the role of education in America’s current civics crisis, Education Week has undertaken a long-term investigation. See the results of that work.
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Stephanie Shafer for Education Week
Equity & Diversity Project Letters From Alaska
Explore how cultural and geographic barriers, teacher shortages, historical developments, and other factors have shaped schooling in Alaska.
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Erin Irwin/Education Week
School Climate & Safety Schools Are Deploying Massive Digital Surveillance Systems. The Results Are Alarming
To prevent shootings and suicides, K-12 schools are monitoring digital information, often with little regard for civil liberties.
17 min read
Special Education In Flint, Schools Overwhelmed by Special Ed. Needs in Aftermath of Lead Crisis
The Flint, Mich. schools are straining to meet the special education needs of children exposed to lead from Michigan's Flint River.
9 min read
Parent advocate Maxine Onstott, shown cuddling with her son Maximilliano, 6, said many families are having a hard time getting help for their children’s disabilities in the wake of the water crisis.
Parent advocate Maxine Onstott, shown cuddling with her son Maximilliano, 6, said many families are having a hard time getting help for their children’s disabilities in the wake of the water crisis.
Brittany Greeson for Education Week
School & District Management Explainer Schools Named for Confederate Leaders: The Renaming Debate, Explained
There are dozens of school buildings in K-12 districts across the U.S. that still bear the names of Confederate leaders.
6 min read
Students at Robert E. Lee High School walk past a statue of the Confederate general who is the namesake of the Montgomery, Ala., high school. The school’s student body now is predominantly African-American and some students and community members have pushed for the removal of the statue.
Students at Robert E. Lee High School walk past a statue of the Confederate general who is the namesake of the Montgomery, Ala., high school. The school’s student body now is predominantly African-American and some students and community members have pushed for the removal of the statue.
Albert Cesare/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP-File
School Climate & Safety Project Hate in Schools
Data on hate-related incidents in schools are skimpy, but it's clear hate and intolerance are being boldly expressed in some schools.
Francisco Vara-Orta
27 min read
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Vanessa Solis/Education Week
Equity & Diversity Collection The Schools That Bear the Names of Segregationists
We identified public schools named after politicians who signed the Southern Manifesto opposing school integration after the Brown decision.
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—Gerry Melendez for Education Week
School Climate & Safety Project After Parkland: A Broken Trust
Grieving families say missteps, inaction, and a lack of empathy have broken their trust in the Broward school district and its leader.
Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie at left. Clockwise from left are parents Tony Montalto, Ryan Petty, Max Schachter, Andrew Pollack, Fred Guttenberg, and Lori Alhadeff.
Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie at left. Clockwise from left are parents Tony Montalto, Ryan Petty, Max Schachter, Andrew Pollack, Fred Guttenberg, and Lori Alhadeff.
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Equity & Diversity Project Education in Indian Country: Running in Place
Explore challenges clouding a Native American boy’s future and opportunities that lie in a state-of-the-art school run by a California tribe.
19 min read
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Megan Garner and Swikar Patel/Education Week
Student Well-Being Video Are Students Juuling in Your Classroom?
JUULs are easy to hide, have a flavored smell, and don’t emit much vapor. So how is a teacher to know if a student is vaping in class?
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