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How Common Core is killing the textbook

The adoption of the new Common Core standards was supposed to be a boon to the publishing industry; instead it may make textbooks obsolete

Does the anti-Common Core movement have a race problem?

Poll shows big differences in support

Early assessment of Common Core standards shows small gains

Both reading and math scores rose more in states that were early and strong adopters of new standards, Brookings study finds

Billboards and celebrities: How charters vie for students in hyper competitive New Orleans

Several New Orleans principals admit attempting to select or exclude students

In this April 2, 2014 file photo, Pre-K students use electronic tablets at the South Education Center in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

One of the biggest threats to student privacy​? Failure to communicate​

‘Kids care a lot about privacy, but their view of privacy threats may be a little bit different than adults,’ researcher says.

Sample results from the College Considerator prototype

How much should you pay for a degree?

A new online tool measures the value of college

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Tools that use student data show promise, but concerns about student privacy remain hotly debated

New legislation to set guidelines for digital privacy was announced Monday in Washington, D.C.

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