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Choosing a Curriculum: A Critical Act

Choosing a Curriculum: A Critical Act
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-08-21


The content that teachers deliver in the classroom matters just as much as how effectively they deliver it.

This is written by By David Steiner 08/21/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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Help Wanted: Who Is Missing From This List of Top Tweeters in Education Policy?

Help Wanted: Who Is Missing From This List of Top Tweeters in Education Policy?
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-08-15


It’s time again to post our mostly-annual list of the top education policy people, organizations, and publications on social media.

This is written by By Michael J. Petrilli 08/16/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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The Complications of State-level Education Policymaking

The Complications of State-level Education Policymaking
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-08-10


With the US Department of Education now approving state ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) plans, attention turns to those plans’ contents. This includes how states intend to help kids assigned to persistently struggling schools.

This is written by By Andy Smarick 08/10/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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In The News: Who Gets Access to School Data? A Case Study in How Privacy, Politics & Budget Pressures Can Affect Education Research

In The News: Who Gets Access to School Data? A Case Study in How Privacy, Politics & Budget Pressures Can Affect Education Research
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-08-05


Matt Barnum writes about a dispute over who can get access to data from Louisiana that can be used to evaluate the state’s voucher program.

This is written by By Education Next 08/04/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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Chronic Absenteeism: An Old Problem in Search of New Answers

Chronic Absenteeism: An Old Problem in Search of New Answers
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-07-31


Roughly 14 percent of students nationwide miss at least 18 days of school.

This is written by By Brian A. Jacob and Kelly Lovett 07/31/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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The Next Big Thing in Education Reform May Be Practice, Not Policy

The Next Big Thing in Education Reform May Be Practice, Not Policy
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-07-26


So what should philanthropists do now?

This is written by By Michael J. Petrilli 07/26/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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In the News: How Summer Vacation Took Hold in the U.S.

In the News: How Summer Vacation Took Hold in the U.S.
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-07-21


Many people think that school summer vacations are the legacy of an agrarian economy, but that’s mostly not true.

This is written by By Education Next 07/21/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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Charter Authorizing, Kludgeocracy, and a Principled Middle Ground

Charter Authorizing, Kludgeocracy, and a Principled Middle Ground
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-07-16


Can responsible authorizing entail less bloat, bureaucracy, and paperwork?

This is written by By Frederick Hess 07/14/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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The Social-Emotional-Learning Movement and the Self-Esteem Movement

The Social-Emotional-Learning Movement and the Self-Esteem Movement
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-07-11


Social Emotional Learning will almost surely turn out to have no real scientific foundation.

This is written by By Chester E. Finn, Jr. 07/11/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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