September 6, 2006
Vol. 26, Issue 02
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PAGE 36 - In Perspective
Twenty-five years ago this week, a newspaper nobody had ever seen before broke a national story on education policy.
In the world of journalism, Education Week is an unusual animal. It is a specialized newspaper, but unlike other publications in the commercial world of trade publishing, it is run by a nonprofit corporation. At the same time, it is independent of the many associations and advocacy groups in education.
Editorial Projects in Education, the nonprofit organization that publishes Education Week, grew out of a 1958 venture by 15 editors of university alumni magazines. The success of their collaboratively published report on American higher education led to the incorporation of EPE, further annual reports, a newsletter for college trustees, and the 1966 launch of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
PAGE 52 - Commentary
Needless homework assignments persist because of widespread misconceptions about learning, says Alfie Kohn.
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