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VOL. 37, NO. 26
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Vol. 37 * Issue 27
April 18, 2018
APRIL 11, 2018
SCREEN TIME Are students getting too much? / PERSONALIZED LEARNING Movement captures attention
SOCIAL MEDIA School leaders struggle to keep up / COMPUTER SCIENCE Rural leaders embrace it
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To see how technology can make the
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harder, the Education Week Research
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four key issues: screen time, social
media, personalized learning, and
computer science education.
1 Labor Unrest Fueling Hopes Of Democrats
1 After a Shooting, What Should Principals Do?
1 A High Court Justice's School Law Heritage
1 MLK: Watering Down the Legacy?
6 Does Praise for Good Effort
Backfire for Teenagers?
9 H.S. Diploma Criteria Fall Short, Study Finds
10 DIGITAL DIRECTIONS:
Schools Re-Examine Facebook's
22 Vanita Gupta & Catherine E. Lhamon:
School Safety Shouldn't Come at the
Cost of Justice
22 Anthony Brandt & David Eagleman:
The Gentrification of Creativity
28 Frank Straub, Sarah Solano & John Rosiak:
Five Steps to Avert School Violence
Where Are ConfederateNamed Schools?
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
18 Guidelines Spur Dismissal
Of Special Education Complaints
Absenteeism: One District's
Most schools with names tied to
the Confederacy are in the South,
were built or named after 1950, and
have a student body that is majority
non-white, finds an analysis by the
Education Week Research Center.
Check out our interactive map and
charts for a detailed breakdown.
8 Effort Helps Teachers Sift Out
Overlooked Gifted Students
18 Betsy DeVos Weighing Action
On School Discipline Policy
7 Schools Have Gotten Safer Over Time
16 Trump Fails in Push to Slash Ed. Budget
Cleveland's efforts to encourage
students to show up to school every
day have reduced the district's chronic
absenteeism rate from 50 percent
to 30 percent over the last two years.
This video segment originally aired
on PBS NewsHour.
1 Remaking High School With Help
4 News in Brief
4 Report Roundup
26 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
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Schools Named for
Despite a wave of recent
campaigns to remove the names
of Confederate leaders from public
schools, little has changed across
much of the southern United States,
where either state law or public
support has derailed efforts
to rename schools.
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