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The responsibility to deliver college- and career-readiness education programs and services has evolved to include an array of organizational partnerships and alliances. Some act...

The economic success of the United States depends on a qualified and competent workforce that demonstrates advanced levels of knowledge and skill. It is incumbent upon the nation...

Equipping all students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education and enter the twentyfirst- century job market is fundamental to the current...

Senate Career and Technical Education Caucus, in Conjunction with the Alliance for Excellent Education, Invite You to Attend an Event Career Pathways: Exploring the Partnership...

The number of schools and districts working to bridge the gap between secondary education and the real world continues to grow. Be it an entire state or one school in a district,...

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Deeper learning environments give students more responsibility for their own learning.  Photo by Allison Shelley/The Verbatim Agency for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action

Research shows that students who experience rigorous course work in their secondary schools demonstrate readiness for college-level work and complete postsecondary credentials at...

How must education change to prepare students for success in today’s jobs—and for the jobs that haven’t even been invented yet? This week’s digest features a brand-new...

  This week’s Federal Flash checks in on the U.S. Education Department’s approval of state plans created under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), plus the first...

Although the nation’s eighth graders show a slight improvement in reading, their math scores remain basically unchanged since 2015, according to results released April 10 on the...

A long-awaited report on access to digital learning hit the newsstands last week with a familiar headline: a digital divide, known as the homework gap in education circles,...

THE GRADUATION EFFECT
Increasing California’s high school graduation rate to 90% would create 3,300 new jobs and save $7.7 billion in health care spending. What would a 90% high school graduation rate would mean for your local economy?
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Early College High Schools (ECHSs) and dual-enrollment programs allow students to take college courses while still in high school. Research has shown that students participating...

Research shows that students who experience rigorous course work in their secondary schools demonstrate readiness for college-level work and complete postsecondary credentials at...

How must education change to prepare students for success in today’s jobs—and for the jobs that haven’t even been invented yet? This week’s digest features a brand-new...

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During this webinar, panelists will discuss how this gear impacts their role and that of their school as they provide and advocate for equitable access to connectivity,...

Future Ready Librarians (FRL) is kicking off its 2018 series of webinars by taking a deep dive into the “curriculum, instruction, and assessment” gear from the...

This webinar will explore how traditional public middle and high schools can work with private schools to provide innovative professional development opportunities for...

During the call, representatives from the Learning Policy Institute and the Alliance for Excellent Education provided an overview of applicable priorities and...

The webinar and the report highlights how Lindsay Unified School District in California uses blended learning to support its performance-based system of progression, in...

RT @chiefsforchange: A very big win for students, teachers, and communities across the country. One step closer to ensuring all children… https://t.co/4h83DZQv8Z4h
New federal data find continuing disparities in how students of color and those with disabilities are disciplined a… https://t.co/IWDpY09kC04h
Here are 10 facts on how dual-enrollment and early college high school programs are impacting students and why it’s… https://t.co/aNRzJ84ze222h
RT @Hunt_Institute: Join us tomorrow at 1PM EST for a discussion with @melissarmcgrath of @CCSSO about what they've learned from states… https://t.co/lw1FpspN9723h
RT @aoakes4: New report from @all4ed Now’s the Time: Early College & Dual-Enrollment Programs in the Higher Education Act:… https://t.co/VxGLLBV5jK1d
Removing students from the classroom should be “a measure of last resort” says new report by @houstoninsthttps://t.co/7PMTHKMoLk1d
RT @FutureReady: Join over 3,200 superintendents that have taken a stand for student-centered learning and signed the #FutureReady p… https://t.co/C6gfi53KjH1d
RT @PoliticsK12: Today, the Education Department released new funding estimates by state for Title I, Title II, and other programs.… https://t.co/NlKT4OTO2S1d
RT @deeperlearning: This week’s #deeperlearning digest features a brand-new video from @All4Ed on how deeper learning is preparing stud… https://t.co/TFZmwHuasT4d
RT @deeperlearning: How must education change to prepare students for success in today’s jobs—and for the jobs that haven’t even been i… https://t.co/Q9jv4GKBQm5d
RT @MonicaRAlmond: The 10% solution is the most reasonable solution I've heard to remedy the discriminatory policies in place at NYC's… https://t.co/ji9neDNCoC5d
RT @AndrewUjifusa: Education leaders are supposed to use evidence to start helping schools improve. Will they? https://t.co/LC5CIQGpmr… https://t.co/xD1I2tulsv5d
RT @BobWise48: #BestInClass2018 summit opens in NYC w @SchleicherOECD. “Poverty is not destiny.” Uses extensive data 2 show misal… https://t.co/JCyR69TyM45d
RT @NASBE: Our new policy updates by @DonWLong and @GAColletti discuss how states can refine relicensure policies and… https://t.co/0tc3XdX5jN5d
Massachusetts is turning the traditional model on its head by having schools combine rigorous academics with hands-… https://t.co/0mn4sZ3fvw1w
Today’s world demands workers who can think critically and creatively, and quickly learn new skills—and the old edu… https://t.co/ClhP5JnBg31w
RT @The74: This Week’s #ESSA News: Civil rights leaders to Congress – Tell DeVos to stop approving unlawful plans. https://t.co/LP1Q1zB7sg #edchat1w
"When we talk to students we aren’t talking about a degree, but rather a career. What it is that you actually want… https://t.co/Dc02c3E4wU1w
RT @Hunt_Institute: Our latest interactive #EdPolicy tool helps policymakers dig in to their state #ESSA plans and highlights analyses… https://t.co/c5QDp15rnz1w
New @IESResearch Report on Student Internet Access at Home Shows Persisting Digital Divide #digitalequityhttps://t.co/XTu61DbbwE1w