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District says 24 credits and a D-minus average aren’t good enough

Focusing on family buy-in, a Connecticut district shifts to mastery-based learning

High school should be more like preschool

Why secondary education is borrowing ideas from early childhood

Idaho gives education money directly to teenagers to manage themselves

Every seventh grader gets $4,125 to spend on early college credits, other extras

Highlights from SXSW’s education confab in Austin – and beyond

AUSTIN – Educators, advocates, researchers and education technology vendors gathered last week at the SXSWedu conference here, an annual event that is now in its seventh year. As usual, the…

A statewide school reform gains fans and concerns while letting students learn at their own pace

How lawn mower racing, sword fighting, bubble-gum making and other student projects might transform public schools in Vermont

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Students’ worry: education technology might predict failure before they have a chance to succeed

Predictive software is marketed as a way to help students before they fail, but some students see a potential downside

DeVos praises virtual schools, but new research points to problems

A new study adds to the body of research showing that online-only schools don’t serve low-performing students

Make a match: How some schools decide what education technology to buy

Tech that fits a school’s needs and training for teachers are critical to success

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