Taking the Guesswork Out of Teacher Hiring

School districts and researchers are working together to try to predict teacher effectiveness by looking at resumes and job applications. (March 18, 2019)

Study: Most Teachers Won't Have Enough in Their Pension Plans

A new study estimates that 81 percent of teachers won't have comfortable retirement savings under a typical defined-benefit pension plan. (March 17, 2019)

'Side Door' Routes to College Admission No Surprise to Counselors

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Expulsion Over 'Hit List' in Personal Journal

(March 18, 2019)

Teachers Dismayed as Some Districts Ban DonorsChoose Crowdfunding Site

(March 14, 2019)

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Superintendents Under Fire: When to Quit

Superintendents can become embroiled in controversy that leads to factions calling for their ouster, as has happened to Robert Runcie, the embattled schools chief in Broward County, Fla. How does a leader know when he or she has become too much of a distraction to effectively lead? (March 15, 2019)

What Really Causes Special Education Teachers to Burn Out?

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I Moonlight as a Private College Counselor. The Inequity Is Baked In

Most rich parents don't commit fraud to get their kids into college, but there are plenty of legal ways to buy an unfair advantage, writes Mary Finn. (March 15, 2019)

We Are Spending Millions on Cops in Schools. What Could Go Wrong?

More school resource officers won't make schools safer, write Lisa Thurau and Johanna Wald. Where does that leave the 1.7 million students who attend schools with police, but no counselors? (March 13, 2019)

12 Books You Need on Your Leadership Bookshelf

Every so often I love when I get into a space of learning where I can sit down, read a book, and take multiple notes, writes Peter DeWitt. (March 11, 2019)

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Yearly Reports

Data: Are We Preparing Students for a Lifetime of Success?

Quality Counts 2019

Here's how states and the nation score on a wide swath of family, school, and bread-and-butter indicators that affect conditions for success—and a scorecard for who's on top and who lags behind.
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What Teachers Should Know About the Science of Reading

Education correspondent Emily Hanford of APM Reports spoke with Education Week about her radio documentary on early reading and what teachers should know about reading science.
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Digital Directions

Gates Foundation, Chan Zuckerberg Asked for Big New Education Ideas. Here's What They Got

As the first step in a new R&D initiative they're planning for K-12 education, the foundation and venture-philanthropy group are highlighting innovative ideas provided by nonprofits, universities, corporations, developers and educators. (March 14, 2019)

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Millennials Are the Most Diverse Generation, But the Teaching Force Hasn't Caught Up, Analysis Finds

While there are more teachers of color than there were a few decades ago, the teacher workforce is growing whiter than the college-educated population as a whole, according to a new analysis from Brookings. (March 14, 2019)

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Market Brief

New Buying Guide Aims to Show Educators How to Improve Ed-Tech Purchasing

ISTE and Project Unicorn today released a guide to give teachers and administrators direction and examples of how districts can make better decisions around selecting ed tech. (March 14, 2019)

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