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The Huffington Post: Ditch the Textbooks, Head to a National Park

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The Huffington Post: No Public Education, No Democracy

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The Huffington Post: Education Wake Up: An Important Case in Connecticut

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The Huffington Post: The Promise of Education Technology (It’s Not Just About Lighter Backpacks)

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Joel I. Klein says, “When Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski spoke at the first ever “Digital Learning Day” this Wednesday and pushed schools to get digital textbooks in students’ hands within five years, it marked a vital recognition that technology can help us re-imagine teaching and learning. [Read more...]

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The Huffington Post: How Mobile Apps Are Changing Classrooms and Education

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Piyush Mangukiya says, “Many of us grew up thinking we knew what it meant to “go to school.” In the past, just about every student would pile up their books, head to the local school bus stop, and wait to be brought to what those in the 20th century would call a “building.”

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The Huffington Post: What Do Teachers Do?

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John Merrow says, “Last night over dinner, a retired educator — still very involved — suggested that the job of a teacher today was fundamentally different from what it was ten or so years ago. “Teachers are more like coaches now,” he said. I chimed in with the view that, in the best of circumstances, teachers were explorers,

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The Huffington Post: The Country’s Most Ambitious Digital Learning Project

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The Huffington Post: Finland Schools’ Success Story: Lessons Shared At California Forum

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The Huffington Post: Honduras Peace Corp Withdrawal: Volunteer Pullout Comes As Blow

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The Huffington Post: Students Panic Ahead Of Wikipedia Blackout: ‘How Am I Going To Do Homework?’

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