Education Week - May 17, 2017 - 3
VOL. 36, NO. 31
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STUDENT TESTING WHAT'S
Our next issue is a special report
examining new developments in the
changing world of student
assessment. Look for articles on
English-proficiency testing, studentled tests, science assessments,
digital formative assessments, and
ways to reduce test-takers' stress.
Tim Webb for Education Week
Curry works on an
Belfry High School
in Belfry, Ky., part
of a bigger effort
in the state's coal
country to teach
high-tech skills to
create a new
generation of jobs
that will entice
young people to
stay in the region.
How Can the U.S.
Improve High School
1 CTE Revamp Squeezes Out the Disadvantaged
1 Meetings Offer Grassroots Look at ESSA Details
1 MARKET BRIEF:
Tech Giants Vie for Loyalty of K-12 Educators
1 70,000 Are Secluded, Restrained
1 Boards Pay Big Bucks to Make Supes Leave
6 In Kentucky Coal Country,
New Tactics to Stem 'Brain Drain'
8 Classroom Collaboration:
Seeking the Secret to Success
10 Do Digital Learning Games Improve
Young Students' Mathematics Skills?
10 Researchers Develop Scales
To Measure Students' Math Anxiety
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
18 Altered Landscape for Education Advocates
18 Career-Tech-Ed. Proposal Models
19 Political Policy Questions
Tinge Ed-Tech Conference
22 Michael Marder, Monica Plisch, &
R Casey Brown: Let's Send More
STEM Majors Into Teaching
23 Dave Powell: Is Education
The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time?
28 Deborah S. Delisle: Professional Learning
Is Valued in Business. So Why Not in Education?
4 News in Brief
4 Report Roundup
26 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
Can the U.S. reach a 90 percent
graduation rate by 2020?
Education Week correspondent
Lisa Stark discussed that
question with Civic Enterprises
Founder and CEO John
Bridgeland. His group produces
the "Grad Nation" annual report,
which updates the country on
progress toward this goal.
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