Education Week - May 16, 2018 - 3
VOL. 37, NO. 31
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Science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics instruction can open
doors for students to colleges and
careers or slam them shut. Our
upcoming special report explores
some of the gateways-good and
bad-in STEM education.
Guns, Violence & Student
Activism: A Conversation
Live from the Education Writers
Association National Seminar
May 17, 11 a.m. ET
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
1 Activists Take Fight to Polls
17 After-School Funding Remains on Thin Ice
1 Pre-K Punishment Under Spotlight
In Federal Data
17 Trump Seeks $7 Billion Cut to Children's
Health Insurance Program
1 How Long Do Big-City Supes Last?
1 A District Gains Traction for Better Discipline
6 Gates, Zuckerberg Team Up to Craft
New Ideas for Schools
8 The Faces of the Teacher Revolt:
Young, Rookie Organizers
10 DIGITAL DIRECTIONS:
Teens Express Worries About Online Privacy
22 Amy Curran & Elizabeth Sidler:
Oklahoma Teachers (and Students) Change Course
22 Rachael E. Gabriel & Sarah L. Woulfin:
Race to the Top Is Over. Why Haven't We Moved On?
23 William J. Bennett & Karen Nussle:
No, Strikes Do Not Support Students
4 News in Brief
4 Report Roundup
26 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
Student activists Emma González
and David Hogg of Parkland, Fla.,
Alex King of Chicago, and Jackson
Mittleman of Newtown, Conn.,
will take part in a discussion on
guns, violence, school safety, and
activism with Education Week Staff
Writer Evie Blad. Watch live.
How Good Principals
Improve Student Learning
Principals are a critical link
between supporting teachers and
student outcomes. Education Week
explores some of the methods
principals can utilize to help their
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for Public Education.
28 Paula Reed: I'm a Veteran Teacher. Here's Why
'Education Spring' Has Come to America
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Celebrities and the
Teachers Who Inspired
In honor of Teacher Appreciation
Week, Education Week collected
quotes from prominent figures like
George Lucas, Venus Williams, and
Stephen Colbert about the impact
teachers have made on their lives.
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