The Robots Are Coming. But That's Not a Bad Thing

Ignoring artificial intelligence won’t keep it out of the classroom. Instead, teachers should be actively shaping it. (January 16, 2020)

10 Big Ideas in Education 2020

'Accidental' School Shooting Sparks New Rounds of Questions

A school shooting in Houston has set off yet another round of questions about how students manage to get guns onto campuses undetected. But the Texas tragedy also calls attention to the unique and difficult fallout from gun incidents that are accidental. (January 17, 2020)

When Teachers Get Sick, Taking Leave Can Be Tough

(January 14, 2020)

Settlement Reached in Colorado Case Over Students' Constitutional Rights

(January 17, 2020)

Reading Workshop 'Unlikely to Lead to Literacy Success,' Researchers Say

(January 16, 2020)

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It's Hard to Stay on Top of Education Policy. You've Got to Have a Strategy

There's no one-stop shop to get everything you need from education policy, politics, and practice, writes academic Deven E. Carlson. (January 16, 2020)

When Online Surfing Replaced Long Days in a Dusty Library

Changing what and where I read has reshaped how I write about research—and where I publish that writing, explains Jo Boaler. (January 15, 2020)

The 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Here are the 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, hot off the press! Also see who penned the top best-sellers and which universities produced the most ranked scholars. (January 8, 2020)

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Yearly Reports

Sneak Peek at Leaders To Learn From 2020

Leaders To Learn From 2020 Sneak Peek

Each year, Education Week identifies some of the nation’s most exceptional school district leaders and shines a spotlight on their extraordinary impact on the success of educators and students in its Leaders To Learn From special report. We are excited to reveal two of our 2020 honorees early.
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From the Pueblo to College: The Journey of Two Rural Students

What does it take for rural students to succeed academically? This three-part video series follows two Native American students as they transition from high school to higher education.

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Digital Directions

Yes, College Admissions Officers Do Look at Applicants' Social Media, Survey Finds

More than a third of the nearly 300 college admissions officers surveyed by the Kaplan Test Prep company say they have visited sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube to get more information about a prospective student. (January 13, 2020)

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'I Miss So Much About My Job': A Teacher With Cancer Reflects on Her Years in the Classroom

Cancer has forced teacher Johanna Rauhala to leave her classroom. As she packs up her things, she reflects on her work, and writes that she feels honored to have served alongside those who spend their days "pushing the current of knowledge along." (January 14, 2020)

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Market Brief

The Struggle to Make Games Accessible to Special-Needs Students

Many companies designing games for the education space are falling short in anticipating the demands of special-needs populations, attendees of the recent ED Games Expo said. This story is from EdWeek Market Brief, a service offering business and school leaders actionable insights about the K-12 marketplace. (January 13, 2020)

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