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VOL. 37, NO. 37
JULY 18, 2018
U.S. Border Patrol agent Melissa Lucio talks with women and children from
Honduras after they illegally crossed the border near McAllen, Texas. Migrant
children taken into federal custody must receive educational services.
Should Schools Rethink
Sex Education in the
Some states and school districts
are rethinking how they teach sex
education in the wake of the #MeToo
movement. We visit a Washington,
D.C. school where students learn
how to form healthy relationships.
David J. Phillip/AP
Ways to Reduce
Summer Learning Loss
Summer learning loss is real, and it
adds up. Here are some tips on how
districts, schools, and parents can
help minimize the summer brain
in a Nutshell
There's no silver bullet in
education-but there may be a
toolkit. Explore how districts are
using "continuous improvement"
strategies to keep getting better.
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
1 Conservative Groups Push Teachers
To Drop Their Unions
19 Trump Team Set to Revisit 'Voc Rehab'
1 In K-12, 20 Percent of Staff Say #MeToo
19 Trump Rescinds Obama-Era Guidance
On Diversity at Schools
1 Next Up in Teacher Activism: Run for State Office
20 U.S. Supreme Court and Schools: 2017-18
1 Our Students Don't Get Enough Civics,
20 Kennedy's K-12 Legacy a Deep One
1 DIGITAL DIRECTIONS:
Alexa Moves Into Class, Raising Alarm Bells
21 Pick for U.S. Supreme Court Has Light Record
Of Education Rulings
6 Right-to-Read Lawsuits Press On,
Despite Court Setback
22 Inside a Merger Plan for Ed., Labor Depts.
8 Educating Migrant Students in Shelters
9 Gates Teacher-Effectiveness Program
Shows No Payoff
10 After Janus, Defiant Union Looks Ahead
10 Shock Waves for Unions After Stinging Defeat
In Janus Case
12 Volunteering Rates Dropped Among Young
4 News in Brief
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23 Education Action in Congress:
A Midsummer Roundup
26 Betsy DeVos: What We Can Learn About
Education From Europe
27 Lily Eskelsen García:
We Aren't Going Anywhere
27 Randi Weingarten: 'We Are in a Race for
The Soul of Our Country'
32 Mark A. Elgart & Belle S. Wheelan:
How to Prepare for the Future of School Choice
4 Report Roundup
30 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
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