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Magazine articles on education and school administration grades K-12.
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Information Today
April 14, 2015
UNESCO Report Analyzes Global Education Trends UNESCO released its 2015 Education for All Global Monitoring Report, "Education for All 2000-2015: Achievements and Challenges," which found that one-third of countries have achieved the EFA goals they set in 2000. mark for My Articles similar articles
National Defense
May 2015
Alan Pellegrini
Defense Innovation Requires Focus on STEM Education Organizations must look beyond their own walls to support people and ideas that help secure our nation and allow high-technology industries to thrive. One way to do this is through STEM programs. mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
March 12, 2015
Cisco Extends IT-Focused Academic Program in Mexico Cisco renewed its partnership with the University of Guadalajara under the Cisco Networking Academy program and agreed to expand the program in the university's schools. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Ainsley O'Connell
AltSchool is heading to a neighborhood near you. Can it fix education? AltSchool promises to solve problems that have been frustrating school leaders for years. Personalized learning, parent-teacher collaboration -- no challenge seemed to daunt founder and CEO Max Ventilla, a serial entrepreneur and former rising star at Google. mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
February 26, 2015
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Develops Education Resource Organization Houghton Mifflin Harcourt created HMH Education Services, an organization offering comprehensive resources to K-12 districts, administrators, and educators. mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
February 19, 2015
New Bill Could Increase Students' Technology Access Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) proposed a bill that would allow teachers, principals, and district leaders to upgrade their curricula to emphasize technology as an avenue for student achievement. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Martin Lindstrom
What Tomorrow's Schools Can Learn From Lego Today The physical school, with a teacher in a classroom, brings fundamental values to the table. But how to deliver those values? My years with Lego have taught me the answer is almost always a combination of virtual and physical. mark for My Articles similar articles
Registered Rep.
January 23, 2015
Lynn O'Shaughnessy
Five Secrets Colleges Are Keeping From You While universities may lure students with fancy brochures, luxury housing and scenic architecture, the reality is that colleges are high-stakes businesses preoccupied with enhancing their own prestige. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Mary Pilon
Using Google Glass, Elementary Students Learn How Blind People Live The larger goal, according to organizers with Classroom Champions, a nonprofit focused on connecting Olympic and Paralympic athletes with students at high-need schools, is to use Glass to increase children's empathy and goal-setting skills. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
January 23, 2015
Mark Peplow
The big experiment Perhaps pupils will cheer a proposal from the UK government's Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation to scrap assessed coursework in England's science GCSEs? mark for My Articles similar articles
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