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How Teachers Can Make Competency-Based Education the New Normal - Education Week

While an education system focused on efficiency instead of proficiency makes it difficult to ensure each student is on track, teachers can take steps to create learner-centered classrooms, says Mary Tkatchov. ...read more Education Week: Teaching Profession
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Surveying the Field: What Should (and Shouldn't) Personalized Learning Look Like? - Education Week

We asked educators, experts, and critics two simple questions. One finding became clear: "personalized learning" still means many different things to many different people. ...read more Education Week: Teaching Profession
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The Homeless Defy Stereotypes in Wealthy Silicon Valley - Education Week

Homeless advocates and city officials say it's outrageous that in the shadow of a booming tech economy—where young millionaires dine on $15 wood-grilled avocado and think nothing of paying $1,000 for an iPhone X—thousands of families can't afford a home. ...read more Education Week: Teaching Profession
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Fundraising Effort Launches to Help Teachers Forge Connections With Families - Education Week

To help teachers forge deeper connections with students and their families, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York have launched a campaign to raise money for such efforts. ...read more Education Week: Teaching Profession
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