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EDUCATION WEEK SEARCH UPDATE
Earlier this year we replaced the search engine on EdWeek.org. Since that time, we have been working to provide a better search experience for you by increasing the relevancy of search results, adding a date filter and other features. We will continue to make refinements over the next few weeks and months and we encourage you to email the Education Week Library at [email protected] with any questions or to provide feedback.

General tips

Searching by author

Finding Commentaries

Finding education jobs

Finding Edweek Market Brief content


Need additional help searching or want to provide feedback on our search? We want to hear from you! Please contact the library at [email protected] or by phone at 301-280-3100.

General tips

Refining your search: By default, your search results will contain all of the terms in your search. If you instead want to see results that contain any of your search terms you must include OR (capitalized) between the words in your search string.
Note: For best results when searching for an exact phrase, put the phrase in quotes: “Every Student Succeeds Act”.
You can also exclude words from your search. So, if you want to look for stories about the Every Students Succeeds Act that don't mention Congress, you can search for: "Every Student Succeeds Act" -Congress.
Note: The minus sign must come directly before the word you wish to exclude from your search results (no space in between).
Filtering and sorting your search results:  You can refine your search results by Date, Author, Source, and News/Opinion using the box on the left side of the results page. You can also sort the search results by relevance or date using the drop down menu on the top left side of the results page.

Some content might not be searchable: Select blogs, EdWeek Market Brief, EdWeek video, advertisements, older photograph captions, webinars, and graphics.

Please contact the library at [email protected] for further assistance.

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Searching by author


To find content written by a particular author you can either search for that author's name, or search for a word you think will appear in the content and then refine your search results by author using the filter on the left side of the search results.
One author may appear multiple times in the filter if their name appeared differently in different articles.

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Finding Commentaries


Commentaries are opinion articles from Education Week.
To find Commentaries on a particular subject, search for the subject. Then refine your search results by selecting "Education Week Articles" and then "Opinion" from the bar on the left side of the search results.

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Finding education jobs


To find employment opportunities in the education field, visit TopSchoolJobs, where you can search by location and type of job.

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Finding Edweek Market Brief content


EdWeek Market Brief covers the marketplace of K-12 education. Learn more about the benefits of Market Brief membership.

Some content is for Market Brief members only. No Market Brief content is included in the edweek.org search. To search Market Brief content, go to marketbrief.edweek.org.

Information about searching EdWeek Market Brief:
  • Results with your search terms in the title are listed first.
  • Results with your search terms in the text, but not in the title are listed next.
  • Within each group, results are further sorted chronologically by publication date.

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