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Author Argues Poor Kids Should Be 'Our Kids'

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:32
In a new book, Robert Putnam, the author of Bowling Alone, contends that a growing share of low-income children are growing up without the community supports that bolstered earlier generations.
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After Divisive Start, Use of 'Parent Trigger' Law Matures

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:31
Advocates aim to broaden the influence of California's contentious statute, which gives parents a tool to push major changes at low-performing schools.
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Districts Ramp Up Efforts to Link Spending, Academic Priorities

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:31
A still-nascent effort is under way to shift school district budgeting to a multi-year, collaborative process that has finance and academic officials working in tandem.
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Rebranding No Child Left Behind Act a Tough Marketing Call

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:31
Any rewrite of the outdated No Child Left Behind Act will need a new name that captures both its policy essence and the public's attention.
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Getting Millennials Engaged in Civic Life

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:30
Hands-on, technology-enhanced learning can help students become more interested and involved in the political process, writes Jean MacCormack.
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Competency-Based Education Is Working

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 18:30
New Hampshire schools demonstrate how competency-based education offers a positive, skills-based approach to standards learning, writes Ronald A. Wolk.
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Lawmakers OK Bill to Ensure Maine Keeps Education Waiver

Education Week - Tue, 03/17/2015 - 15:44
Maine lawmakers have approved a bill that seeks to ensure the state keeps it's No Child Left Behind waiver.
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