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  1. Sara Goldrick-Rab on Social Media’s Ups and Downs

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    Sara Goldrick-Rab, a professor of higher education and sociology at Temple University in Philadelphia, has built a large Twitter following in part through frank exchanges about her research on higher…

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    • What Is the Common Core? The Controversial Standards Explained

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      Here’s your all-in-one guide to the Common Core State Standards, adopted by a majority of states with great fanfare—and considerable pushback in some places. Education Week’s Andrew…

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      • Bridging the Cultural Divide Between Teachers and Students

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        While the student population in America's public schools becomes increasingly diverse, the nation's teaching force remains predominantly white. The divide is especially prevalent in urban…

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        • Consequences of Corporal Punishment School Paddling Victim Tells His Story

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          Nineteen-year-old Trey Clayton of Sarah, Miss., was just one of the tens of thousands of students paddled in schools in a given year. But, in his case, the consequences were especially harsh. His…

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          • Three Decades of Covering Education: The View From A Front Seat

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            Teacher shortages, school violence, performance standards for students – all were front page topics in Education Week back in 1989 when Virginia Edwards took over the publication as the Editor-in-Chief.…

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            • Walking in a Student's Shoes

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              This spring, more than 1,300 school leaders from all 50 states and over 26 countries participated in the first Shadow a Student Challenge. The idea comes from a partnership between the Institute of…

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              • Growing Up In Violence: Youth in Chicago

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                Students living in urban centers can struggle to make sense of the difficult, and sometimes dangerous, circumstances around them. In 2001, Youth Guidance, a Chicago-based advocacy organization, launched…

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                • Election 2016 Is a Real Civics Lesson for Students

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                  For generations, educators have been teaching students about the role of government, their rights under the Constitution, and their civic responsibilities — lessons that are especially relevant…

                • Hallelujah: The Importance of Music Education in Elementary Schools

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                  A short film by Aliza Eliazarov following Peter Mancini who is committed to providing serious musical training to his elementary students, he established an advanced ensemble group that met during…

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                  • A First-Generation College-Goer Samples Campus Life

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                    A few weeks on a university campus over the summer can help first-generation college students brave the leap to higher education. Betty Torres, a rising senior at IDEA College Preparatory charter…

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                    • Republican National Convention Delegate Q and A: Darren Waddle

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                      Aspiring teacher Darren Waddle, a delegate at the Republican National Convention from Arkansas, talks Common Core, Donald Trump, and transgender policy at the convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

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                      • "What Young People Would Like to See": Vermont Delegate at the Republican National Convention

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                        Jace Laquerre, 17, a delegate from Vermont to the Republican National Convention, speaks with Education Week reporter Andrew Ujifusa about his views on the presidential election, Donald Trump, and…

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