Education Week's Most Viewed
To provide a sense of what was high on our readers’ priority lists in 2014, the editors at Education Week compiled a list of our 10 most-viewed articles.
Education Top Opinion Blog Posts of 2014: Education Week's Most-Viewed
Education Week's opinion bloggers discussed and debated student learning styles, test-based accountability, the common core, and more in the most-read posts of the year.
Education Top Education Commentaries of 2014: Education Week's Most-Viewed
To give a sense of which opinion essays our readers found most compelling in 2014, the editors at Education Week have compiled a list of our 10 most-viewed Commentaries.
Student Well-Being Philadelphia Tragedy Highlights Role of School Nurses
The death of a student who got sick at a school with no full-time nurse on duty has renewed a nationwide debate over the need for school nurses—even amid budget cuts.
Standards National Landscape Fragments as States Plan Common-Core Testing
A 50-state survey by Education Week finds that the shared exams being developed by two assessment consortia are losing sway as more states pursue their own paths.
School Choice & Charters Public Schools Outperform Private Schools, Book Says
A pair of researchers have published a controversial book reigniting the long-running debate over academic achievement in public vs. private schools.
School & District Management More Than Half of Students 'Engaged' in School, Says Poll
A new report from Gallup Education shows just how powerful schools and teachers can be in motivating students to take an active role in the classroom.
Law & Courts Google Under Fire for Data-Mining Student Email Messages
The company acknowledges scanning the emails of Apps for Education users and faces allegations in a federal lawsuit that it built "surreptitious user profiles" for advertising purposes.
States Equity in Achievement, Funding Are Hurdles for States Amid Progress
Quality Counts 2014 rates states and the nation on key student-performance and finance indicators.