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Data: Here's What Educators Think About Personalized Learning

As the approach expands around the country, educators see a lot to be optimistic about, but remain skeptical of how it works, national survey suggests. (December 0, )

Ed-Tech Usage Levels Are Low: What Should Schools Do?

Evaluating how much students and teachers are using ed-tech products and services is tricky, complicated, and oftentimes confusing. But it can be done. (December 0, )

Money, Data, Security: The Biggest Challenges Facing K-12 Tech Leaders

From budgeting on a shoestring to breaking down information silos to guarding against breaches, five school district tech leaders discuss their biggest worries. (December 0, )

Educators Will Soon Be Able to Sell Their Materials on Amazon

The platform, Amazon Ignite, will allow teachers to sell lesson plans and curriculum materials by topic, in subjects like math, language arts, social studies, technology, and science. (December 0, )

International Study Finds Major Inequities in Computer Literacy

Having access to a computer or tablet doesn't necessarily make students computer literate, according to a study of computer-literacy skills across countries. (December 0, )

Screen Time Up as Reading Scores Drop. Is There a Link?

The yearslong slide in reading scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress comes as students are spending more time in and out of class on digital devices. (December 0, )

Schools Say No to Cellphones in Class. But Is It a Smart Move?

A flurry of schools have recently put in place restrictions or bans on student cellphones, a pivot away from the more open policies instituted in previous years. (December 0, )

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Money Is Flowing to Social-Emotional Learning: Allstate Foundation Dedicates $45 Million

The foundation, which plans to support programs in public and private schools, said it expects to reach 25 percent of the nation's youth with its SEL offerings by 2022. (December 0, )

School-to-Work Issues Are Surging in State Legislatures

In 2018, states introduced 165 bills on workforce development in education, and 27 proposals made it into law, according to the Education Commission of the States. (December 0, )

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