Education and Technology:
Microsoft Learning Tools is software that helps improve reading skills by reducing visual crowding, highlighting words, and reading text aloud, so students can engage with words in a whole new way.
Why These Activists Think You Should March For Public Education
This weekend, teachers, parents, and students will protest education cuts in more than a dozen cities.
I Dropped Out Of High School — And I’m Doing Just Fine
I spent freshman year at an elite school where “risk” was a four-letter word. I found out it might be the secret of success.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Blames The U.S. Education System For The Flat-Earth Movement
Not everyone was happy about it.
Chicago Will Hold Diplomas Hostage Unless Teens Can Prove They Have Plans After High School
But critics say underfunded mandates will only add to the problems already plaguing public education in the Windy City.
These Two Charts Show What It's Like To Do Homework Without A Home
More than a million kids are cramming for tests in temporary shelters — and they aren't all in big cities either.
San Francisco Spoils Chocolate Milk For Kids
Can't blame this one on tech bros.
This School District Just Banned Homework — But There’s A Catch
Bye-bye, ‘the dog ate it,’ and hello, quality time with family.
Psychology Teachers Turned Their Classroom Into A Study About The Best Way To Fight Fake News
Educators are coming up with increasingly creative ways to instill critical thinking skills
Jordan E. Rosenfeld
My Black Stepson Is Proof That Our Schools Put White Culture First
From dress codes to teaching methods, even America's best classrooms can embrace bad habits that hurt our most vulnerable kids
We could raise student test scores by 11% if schools thought more about how everyone learns best.
Here's What The Parthenon Would Look Like If It Were Made Out Of 100,000 Banned Books
The ancient Greek building is a cornerstone of democracy, which is built on knowledge.
Standardized Tests Don’t Show What Kids Know
So why are teachers in 40 states being evaluated with them?
If Teachers Squashed Bullying, Maybe Schools Wouldn’t Be So Broke
Schools are missing out on millions in funding because harassed kids stay home.
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