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Restoring America’s Democracy Through Education 

“If the ladder of educational opportunity rises high at the doors of some youth and scarcely rises at the doors of others, while at...

What Do Teachers Know About Student Privacy? Not Enough, Researchers Say

What should teachers be expected to know about student data privacy and ethics? Considering so much of their jobs now revolve around student data,...

How Did Portland Pull Off a Universal Pre-K Victory? We Started with the Fundamentals

Policymaking, like a multi-colored, splatter-coated Jackson Pollock painting, is messy art. But when you get the balance right, it’s priceless and worth a closer...

Startup Class Technologies Bets Big on the Future of Online Learning (and Zoom)

It may not seem too surprising that one of the best-funded edtech startups in the past year of pandemic has been a company that...

Preserving ‘Academic Mobility’ for Afghan Students and Refugees

They’ve gone dark: Afghans who helped the U.S. military, trained as American-style journalists and rode the wave of women heading to higher education are...

An Eighth Grader Was Tired of Being Late to Zoom School. So He Made an App for That.

Seth Raphael was in middle school when the pandemic hit, sending millions of students from the classroom to Zoom practically overnight. As virtual schooling...

How Much Longer Will Schools Have to Scrape Together Technology Funding?

Since the shift to remote learning in spring 2020, schools in the U.S. have received billions of dollars in combined donations and gifts from...

Amid Legal Battles, Masks Become Part of One School’s Dress Code

A battle is raging in Texas over whether schools can mandate mask-wearing, with the state’s Supreme Court so far allowing mandates to stay in...

Can a Hollywood-Backed VR Company Make Science Labs More Effective?

As professors are redesigning a lab unit for an introductory biology course at Arizona State University, they’re getting advice from Steven Spielberg and other...

Students Must Learn to Think Critically. It’s Up to Us to Teach Them How.

Many years ago, fresh off completing my college degree, I found myself teaching grade 10 geography in a fairly religious and conservative rural town...

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