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Leo Doran is a reporter for InsideSources.
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- New York City Slowly Closing Persistent Charter School Funding Inequities
- Chronic Absence Rates Increasingly In Focus for Educators
- Ed-Tech Lobby Gearing Up For Appropriations Fights
- What’s Wrong With Music Education and Why It Matters
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- Experts Still Split on Academic Redshirting
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- The Indiana Case Study: Does Education Benefit From Competition?
- Charter School Popularity Takes a Hit, According to Polling
- Public Claims It Dislikes Common Core While Approving of What It Actually Does
- Indiana Ed. Official: Making Progress on ESSA Plan Despite Compressed Timeline
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- Report Finds That Teacher Evaluation Efforts Have Been Successful in D.C.
- New York Has Nation’s Highest Per Pupil Expenditure; But Is it Enough?
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- Report: Government Spends Billions on Failing Higher Ed Institutions
- ESSA Implementation Proceeding Despite Partisan Skirmishes
- Personalized Learning Buzz Mounts With Help From Gates and Zuckerberg
- As Report Links Vouchers to Racism, School Choice Proponents Fire Back
- Despite Technical Hiccups, FAFSA Completion Up Sharply
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- Examining the (Lack of) Evidence for Learning Styles
- Does American Politics Need More Independents in Office?
- Ed. Department Official Lifts Curtain on ESSA Plan Feedback Process
- Milton Friedman’s Other Big Educational Idea
- How Some Schools Beat the Odds and Succeed
- Louisiana a Case Study for School Choice Growing Pains
- PBS Documentary Inflames School Choice Debate
- “People Will Cheat”—Test Proctoring in a Digital Age
- Study: High Schoolers Want To Learn But Engage in School Differently
- Education Advocates, Ed Dept. Take Close Look at ESSA Plans
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- Geography Increasingly a Priority for Schools, Employers
- STEM Flashes Potential in Energy-Oriented Appalachia
- How Liberal Politics and Teachers’ Unions Got So Entangled
- State and Federal Officials Revisiting School Nutrition Standards
- Schools Vulnerable as Cybersecurity Threat Grows
- What Educators Can Learn From Learning Science
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- House GOP Weighing Acceleration to Appropriations Process
- How Open Enrollment Could Unblock the School Choice Logjam
- How Higher Education Tax Incentives Work
- California Draft ESSA Plan Champions New Accountability Dashboard
- What Education Reform Means to a Union Boss
- The Opt-Out Movement: Civil Disobedience or Misguided Obstructionism?
- Common Core Proponents Not Sweating Kentucky ‘Repeal’
- Federal Support for Teacher Professional Development in Jeopardy
- GAO Hammers Federal Agencies on Schools for Native Americans
- STEM Education Starts in Early Childhood, Researchers Say
- What Is Standing in the Way of FAFSA Simplification?
- New York’s Changes to Common Core: Substantive or Cosmetic?
- American Education by the Numbers
- Do Teacher Pensions Need Reform?
- How Science Standards Went Mainstream Without Common Core’s Drama
- The California Districts With a Leg-Up on ESSA
- Grant Oversight Lacking at Education Department, Says GAO Report
- “The American People Are Ready for a Win,” Says Lawmaker Pushing CTE Bill
- Erosion of Social Capital a Major Problem, Say Experts
- Blue Collar Jobs Deserve Higher Esteem, Says Congresswoman
- Congress Set to Act on Career and Technical Education Law
- New York State ESSA Plan Takes Shape
- Feds (Partially) Reverse Course on Charlotte School of Law
- Should Colleges Be Admitting More Pell Grant Recipients?
- Are Microcredentials a Fad or the Future?
- Could Education Publishers Be Pulling Out of Their Funk?
- No Quick Fixes Expected in FAFSA Cyber-Hack Fiasco
- Submitted Tennessee ESSA Accountability Plan to Undergo Adjustments
- Milton Friedman and Today’s School Choice Debates
- The U.S. Is Not the Only Country With a Higher Education Cost Problem
- What’s the Best Way to Address Teacher Shortages?
- Does Higher Education Accreditation Need Fixing?
- The Right’s School Choice Coalition Has Cracks
- Millennials Are Better Educated, Less Financially Independent
- PISA Results About More Than Just Reading, Science, and Math
- Growth Accountability Measures Continue Ascendency Under ESSA
- Inside the Efforts to Measure Social Emotional Learning Progress
- Is Georgia a Trap for Democrats?
- Academia Continues Move Away From Tenured Professors
- The Teacher Workforce Is Far Larger Today Than 30 Years Ago
- Georgia Is on Washington’s Mind
- Social Emotional Learning Gets Results, Researchers Argue
- How the Right Would Address School Funding Imbalances
- Illinois is Largest State to Submit ESSA Plan by Early Deadline
- Juvenile Justice Overhaul Advances in Congress
- Finding the Ed-Tech Tipping Point
- NY Public ESSA Planning Meeting Exposes Rift Between Teachers, Ed Policy
- School Turnaround Strategies Under ESSA Examined by Report
- Public Records Lawsuits Have Schneiderman on Defensive
- Understanding the Debate Over Math Instruction
- Washington D.C. ESSA Plan Headed to Feds for Approval
- Dropout Prevention Needs Review—Particularly for English Learners, Study Finds
- Schneiderman Accused of Grandstanding in Climate Probe
- ‘Skinny Budget’ Too Thin for Some State Ed Chiefs
- Who’s Who of Education Policy Gathers in Washington
- Ohio ESSA Plan Held Back Until September
- FAFSA Trouble Sparks Bipartisan Calls for Answers
- Homeschooling Lobby to Government: ‘Make Sure You Leave Us Alone’
- Are Retired Educators the Key to Teacher Development?
- How Education Bills With No Chance of Passing Have Sparked Interest From Activists
- School Facility Investments Lacking, Studies Argue
- College Access Complicated by IRS Identity Protection Move
- Democrats Voice Concern Over Education Regulations Repeal
- Proposals for Early Child Care Debated in Washington
- Who Goes to For-Profit College?
- Higher Education Reform Proposed by Intellectual Freedom Advocates
- Teacher Preparation Rules Repeal Introduced in Senate
- DeVos’ Charlotte Law School Conundrum
- Education Entrepreneur Has Plans for K-12 Purchasing
- What Can Congress Learn From State Models for School Choice Legislation?
- How ‘eSports’ Is Changing the College Sports Scene
- Ed Official Elaborates on Draft Ohio ESSA Plan
- What Might $20 Billion for School Choice Look Like?
- Military Charter School Project in D.C. Accepting Operator Applications
- What Will Become of the Obama School Discipline Agenda?
- Is Combating Chronic Absenteeism a Panacea for Ailing Schools?
- The Zuckerberg Ed-Tech Connection
- Is More Private Capital the Answer to Reforming Student Loan Programs?
- In Common Core Study, Local School Leaders Point to Encouraging Results
- Texas Pre-K Funding Debate Brings In Competing Research
- School Superintendents Back Repeal of Obama Ed Rules
- House Moves Obama Education Rules Repeal to Senate
- A New Era of Cash and Optimism in For-Profit Education
- Catholic Schools Facing Challenges as N.Y. Archdiocese Closes More Schools
- Personalized Learning Gets Boost From Federal Reviewers
- Education Policy Has Rarely Been This Politicized
- Ohio Releases Draft ESSA Plan, Invites Public Comments
- Bipartisan Reform Possible in Higher Ed Reauthorization Push
- How Much Power Would DeVos Actually Have as Education Secretary?
- As School Board Members Gather to Lobby Congress, Alexander Champions ESSA
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