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Morning Announcements: inBloom to Shut Down

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April 22, 2014 11:10 am


inBloom, a non-profit corporation that manages student data for public school districts across the country, announced this week that it will close. The announcement comes amid controversy over protecting student data privacy. The New York Times

As states prepare to implement the Common Core State Standards, they are looking to make purchases, including buying curriculur materials, enhance their professional development offerings, and technology purchases. Education Week

Libraries are looking to use a Google-like search to make academic content more accessible for students and educators. The Chronicle of Higher Education

Is skimming content online changing our brain’s ability to stay focused while reading? WAMU

6th Group PBATs with scorers from Alabama, D.C., KDE, many KY Districts


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