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Should we hit the pause button for online and blended learning?

As more schools scurry to bring technology to the classroom, some say dodgy programs are growing like weeds — and they threaten the existence of successful programs. Too many students…

Report: Last affordable options for college students are fast disappearing

The converging trends of falling state investment, rising tuition and stagnant incomes have finally pushed higher education out of the grasp of low- and middle-income Americans, even at community colleges,…

Will giving greater student access to smartphones improve learning?

Open access to phones for high school students? Kentucky teacher weighs pros and cons.

Are ed tech financiers beginning to listen to teachers?

Expect changes at this year’s ASU+GSV Summit, an annual education technology gathering with a reputation as a bustling conference for high-rolling financiers and hoodie-wearing start-up founders. There were new…

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Bilingual battle brewing in California…again

California poised to make major shift towards bilingual education, pending the results of fall election, but lacks enough qualified teachers

How one Mississippi district made integration work

Can other districts follow suit?

Move over 401(k)s — this new perk is helping millennials pay off college loans

Employers seeking talent offer to help workers free themselves from all that debt

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