District and Parents Team Up to Help Students of Color

The Minneapolis district—with large achievement gaps between white and black students—is enlisting parents from communities of color to help it gather broader and better feedback on how to improve. (June 26, 2019)

Your Guide to Education in the Democratic Debate

On the campaign trail, Democrats seeking the 2020 presidential nomination have tackled issues like lunch shaming, school funding, and gun violence. What issues are most likely to surface in the first debate? (June 24, 2019)

See Where Teachers Got Pay Raises This Year

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Advice for New Principals: Be 'Emotionally Vulnerable With Your Staff'

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Why Tech Isn't Transforming Teaching: 10 Key Stories From Education Week

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Biden's Comments Resurrect His Anti-Busing History

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s recent remarks on his willingness to work with segregationists resurrected his long-ago efforts to oppose school busing. Will it hurt his campaign? (June 25, 2019)

Teach For America's Defenders and Detractors Are Both Wrong

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What Teachers Need to Know to Do Right by Queer Students

Students deserve an LGBTQ-inclusive education, but many educators don’t know where to start, writes Sabia Prescott. (June 24, 2019)

There Is Rampant Distrust in Education. Here's How to Fix That

Is it possible to replace a culture of long-simmering distrust? Only if education leaders make some serious changes, writes Katherine Schultz. (June 20, 2019)

Four Surprising Truths About U.S. Schooling

A lot of our fevered education debates are fueled by assumptions which can be off-base, or flat wrong, says Rick Hess. (June 24, 2019)

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Leaders To Learn From 2019

Each year, Education Week identifies some of the nation’s most exceptional school district leaders in its Leaders To Learn From report and shines a spotlight on their extraordinary impact on the success of educators and students. We are excited to reveal our 2019 honorees.
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Millions of Adults Lack Basic Reading Skills Needed for Good Jobs

In the U.S., 36 million adults lack the basic literacy skills needed to sustain employment—yet education programs for this group serve only about 1.5 million, and funding continues to be cut at state and federal levels.
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Digital Directions

Cries of 'Hunger Games' Follow Proposed Ed-Tech Funding Caps

Fans of the E-rate worry that rapid progress could be threatened by a Republican-backed effort to place new restrictions on the amount of money the E-rate program can dole out to help schools and libraries improve connectivity. (June 14, 2019)

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Complaining About Students Is Toxic. Here Are 4 Ways to Stop

In teachers’ lounges and copy rooms all over the country, teachers complain about their students. But it’s toxic for students, and for teachers’ feelings about their work, writes Lauren Vargas. (June 11, 2019)

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Market Brief

Districts Used 7,000 Tech Tools This Year. Which Ones Were Most Popular?

Digital tools that provide instructional content showed the biggest gains among the categories of ed-tech in this analysis of tools used in more than 100,000 classrooms across the U.S. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (June 18, 2019)

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