teachers

Tipping point: Can Summit put personalized learning over the top?

“You get to take tests over again, and you get to see what you’ve done wrong, instead of just getting a bad grade and leaving it like that.”

A fifth grader at Maple Hill Elementary School works on a digital lesson as part of the new blended learning program in New York’s Middletown Enlarged City School District. (Photo: Meghan E. Murphy)

School of Me: Letting students study what they want, when they want is the latest education trend

How technology is reviving enthusiasm for an old idea in education

In charter-school oversight, as in foreign affairs: Trust, but verify

Will Betsy DeVos expand access to charters and private schools, shifting public money to private and quasi-private sectors?

Who should be in charge of licensing Mississippi’s teachers?

Task force calls for independent board to take on that role

What these teens learned about the Internet may shock you!

Can digital media literacy contend with bogus news?

What should new teachers know before they set foot in a classroom?

States turn to the experts: Teachers themselves

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How to find minority teachers who want to stay in the job?

Schools are turning to their own former students as teaching recruits

Are uncertified teachers better than substitutes?

Nevada’s emergency response to dire shortage tests how much preparation teachers need

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