School 'Reform' Loses Steam as a Topline Political Issue

Topics such as early-childhood education and workforce preparation gain traction as safer and more voter-friendly than harder-edged school accountability issues. (December 7, 2018)

Special Ed. a Growing Priority in Teacher-Training Circles

There’s a push to equip all teachers—not just special educators—with the tools they’ll need to work with students who have disabilities. (December 7, 2018)

Shortage of Special Educators Adds to Classroom Pressures

(December 5, 2018)

Leaders To Learn From 2019: A Sneak Peek

(December 5, 2018)

School Spending Is Up, and Other Key Takeaways From Latest Federal Data

(December 6, 2018)

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  • Fifth grade teacher Kara Houppert, right, and special education teacher Lauren Eisinger co-teach a class at Naples Elementary School in Naples, N.Y. —Photographs by Mike Bradley for Education Week
  • First grade teacher Brittany Ritz and Eisinger, who works with more than one class at Naples Elementary, have a planning session. —Mike Bradley for Education Week
  • As a co-teaching team, Eisinger, far right, and 1st grade teacher Ritz use different strategies from day to day and lesson to lesson in serving the diverse needs of their students. —Mike Bradley for Education Week

What It Takes to Make Co-Teaching Work

When a special education teacher and a regular classroom teacher are teamed in the classroom, they can multiply each other’s strengths. (December 6, 2018)

How to Be a Human Being First and a Principal Second

(December 7, 2018)

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Opinion

Why Education Improvement Strategies Always Disappoint

Fragmentation in education is hurting students, but we can fix it, writes LaVerne Srinivasan of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. (December 6, 2018)

What It Takes to Make Suicide Prevention a Priority in School

In the state with the nation’s highest suicide rate, this principal and a school counselor have zeroed in on student mental health. (December 3, 2018)

How to Find Authentic Books About Asia, From Asia

It can be difficult to find translated books, writes David Jacobson. Here are tips and resources to help. (November 20, 2018)

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Digital Directions

Inspector General Blasts U.S. Ed. Department's Handling of FERPA Complaints

The backlog of student-privacy complaints from parents goes back years, an audit found, and the department lacks basic controls and procedures. (November 29, 2018)

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Teacher

Jahana Hayes on Her Path From Classroom to Congress (Video)

In an exclusive interview with Education Week, the nationally recognized teacher who was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives discusses why she decided to run and her priorities as a new lawmaker. (November 28, 2018)

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Market Brief

Teachers’ Use of Ed-Tech Tools Rises Across the Board, But Time Pressures Persist

Teachers’ use of a variety of digital tools and platforms, from learning management systems to free and open resources, has risen over the past year, a new survey finds. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (November 28, 2018)

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