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January 03, 2014 02:05 pm

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What exactly is a “thought leader?” David Brooks takes on the lofty phrase in a column that has received as much criticism as support. What do you think? The New York Times

3-D printing, personalized lessons, and social lesson sharing are 2014’s top technology trends for teachers, according to one source. What would you add to the list? High School Notes

The 12 state winners of the Race to the Top competitive grant competition still have a lot of money to spend, according to the latest analysis by the U.S. Department of Education. New York has the most money left to spend, having used only 41 percent of its $700 million award. Politics K-12

Education officials in Iowa are championing extended learning for students, an initiative that would aim to help students learn before and after school. Education Week

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