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Spotlight on ESSA (2018) - Education Week

As proposed rules emerge on The Every Student Succeeds Act, policymakers and educators are grappling with the impact of the law on data reporting, accountability, and parent and community engagement. In this Spotlight, learn about the key highlights of the new law and reactions to the proposed rules on accountability, test participation, and school interventions....


Chart: Which STEM Jobs Will Be In Demand and How Much Do They Pay? - Education Week

This data breakdown looks at the staffing needs in certain STEM fields, how much particular jobs pay, and what level of education is required for those jobs....


Special Report: STEM Education - Education Week

K-12 schooling in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics offers the potential for innovative ways to inspire students—as well as obstacles that can prevent them from sustained success in those fields....


The Faces of the Teacher Revolt - Education Week

In states with recent strikes and protests, individual teachers—some of them in their 20s and most of them with little or no organizing experience—have taken charge of the grassroots push for higher pay and more school funding....


Spotlight on Student Motivation - Education Week

Educators work tirelessly to keep all students engaged and motivated, both in and out of the classroom. In this Spotlight, discover the links between work students find meaningful and their levels of motivation in the classroom, and see what teachers can learn from disengagement on tests....


Deep Dive Discussion: Assessment and Testing

In this half-hour discussion, Education Week veteran reporter Catherine Gewertz facilitates a conversation with school and district-level leaders around testing. Among the issues tackled: the pressure to reduce testing, federal accountability around testing, and alignment.Catherine Gewertz is a reporter covering assessment and pathways from the middle grades to high school and beyond. Since joining Education Week in 1999, she has been the lead common-core reporter and has covered urban schools. ...


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Spotlight on ESSA (2018) - Education Week

As proposed rules emerge on The Every Student Succeeds Act, policymakers and educators are grappling with the impact of the law on data reporting, accountability, and parent and community engagement. In this Spotlight, learn about the key highlights of the new law and reactions to the proposed rules on accountability, test participation, and school interventions....


Chart: Which STEM Jobs Will Be In Demand and How Much Do They Pay? - Education Week

This data breakdown looks at the staffing needs in certain STEM fields, how much particular jobs pay, and what level of education is required for those jobs....


Special Report: STEM Education - Education Week

K-12 schooling in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics offers the potential for innovative ways to inspire students—as well as obstacles that can prevent them from sustained success in those fields....


The Faces of the Teacher Revolt - Education Week

In states with recent strikes and protests, individual teachers—some of them in their 20s and most of them with little or no organizing experience—have taken charge of the grassroots push for higher pay and more school funding....


Spotlight on Student Motivation - Education Week

Educators work tirelessly to keep all students engaged and motivated, both in and out of the classroom. In this Spotlight, discover the links between work students find meaningful and their levels of motivation in the classroom, and see what teachers can learn from disengagement on tests....


Deep Dive Discussion: Assessment and Testing

In this half-hour discussion, Education Week veteran reporter Catherine Gewertz facilitates a conversation with school and district-level leaders around testing. Among the issues tackled: the pressure to reduce testing, federal accountability around testing, and alignment.Catherine Gewertz is a reporter covering assessment and pathways from the middle grades to high school and beyond. Since joining Education Week in 1999, she has been the lead common-core reporter and has covered urban schools. ...


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