EdTech & Innovation

One Chicago afterschool program sends 95% of its kids to college. Here’s how they do it. By Sarah James When it comes to student engagement, it truly does take a ...

In my vision for the future of teacher education, colleges will prepare teachers to work with students in new and unprecedented ways. Prescient education departments have already begun the metamorphosis. ...

Educational Leadership

When I was an educator, I hated faculty meetings. They were boring and often used to push out things that could be disseminated via email or memo. Also, if the ...

Affirmative action has roots going back to 1957, with the Civil Right Movement. As part of the Civil Rights Act, college admissions officers were tasked with the responsibility of ensuring ...

Policy & Reform

When I was a teacher, I assigned my fair share of essays to my students. As a history teacher, I wanted them to use narratives to explain their interpretation and ...

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