Education Week - October 11, 2017 - 3
VOL. 37, NO. 8
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OCTOBER 11, 2017
1 DeVos' Voice Squelched
1 Kindergarten Assessments
Start to Bear Fruit
1 Does The Cat in the Hat
Sustain Racist Stereotypes?
1 States Skip Out on SocialEmotional Measures for ESSA
6 Even as Schools Reopen,
Storm Recovery Remains Painful
Relationships with teachers, peers,
and parents play an essential role
in shaping students' attitudes about
school and their motivation to
achieve. Our upcoming special report
explores issues critical to keeping
students engaged in their learning.
7 DIGITAL DIRECTIONS:
Schools Pick Up the Pieces
After Twitter Accounts Hacked
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
11 Ruling Sends Kansas Back
To Square One on K-12 Funding
Don't miss these web exclusives
from our recent special report,
Schools and the Future of Work.
Mark Abramson for Education Week
11 Could Democrats, Trump
Team Up on K-12 Issues?
12 Budget Tangles Ensnare Key
14 Steven C. Teske: School Resource
Officers Aren't Disciplinarians
14 John Rosiak: 5 Guiding Principles
For Cops in Schools
15 Andrew Wilkes & Scott
Warren: Civics Education
Shouldn't Put Students to Sleep
Chief Justice Lawton Nuss, right,
leads justices to their seats to hear
arguments on a school funding case
before the Kansas Supreme Court
in Topeka this summer.
The Future of Work and
What It Means for K-12
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2 p.m. ET:
Take a deeper look at what kind of
job market the 6th graders of today
will face when they hit their prime
working years in 2030 and what
it means for educators now.
The Education of an Elite
Emma Yang is a coder with vision,
people skills, high-powered
mentors, and an extraordinary
20 Peter W. Cookson Jr.:
10 Disruptions That Will JumpStart the Next Education
For Tomorrow's Jobs:
10 Experts Offer Advice
4 News in Brief
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4 Report Roundup
18 TopSchoolJobs Recruitment
Many of the country's top minds
are divided on just how disruptive
they think technology will be to
the workforce of the future.
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