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AI, Merging of Digital and Physical Worlds Among Top 10 Tech Trends for 2018 (10/10/17)

7 Ways to Get More Girls and Women into STEM (and Encourage Them to Stay) (10/05/17)

Energy Upgrades Fall Far Short of Projected Savings (10/04/17)

Research: Preschool Teachers Are Uncomfortable with Science, Teach It Rarely (10/03/17)

How Should Schools Respond to Law Enforcement Requests for Student Records? (09/28/17)

Poll: Academic Achievement Less Valuable than Career Prep (09/27/17)

4 Recommendations for Closing Broadband Equity Gaps (09/26/17)

Where Do Students Go When They Leave Their Online Charter Schools? (09/21/17)

Study of Education Technology Finds Mixed Results (09/20/17)

Digital Learning Fund to Help Teachers Acquire Technology (09/19/17)

Teachers in Non-Traditional Classrooms Value Digital Tools for Personalized Learning (09/14/17)

Cornell Engineering Debuts Online Collaboration Space for Makers in Grades 6-12 (09/13/17)

Report: More Students Hit NWEA Reading and Math Targets Through Personalized Learning (09/12/17)

Senate Ed Appropriations Subcommittee Approves $68.3 Billion in Discretionary Spending (09/07/17)

Curriculum Needs Greater Emphasis in Education Reform (09/06/17)

Report: Federally Impacted Schools Need $4.2 Billion in Construction (09/05/17)

College Program Offers 'Freshman Year for Free' (08/30/17)

Google and 4-H to Establish Coding Program in 22 States; States Urged to Use Data to Improve Teacher Prep (08/29/17)

FCC Auction to Fill in Rural Broadband Gaps (08/24/17)

High-Achieving, Low-Income Students Largely on Their Own in College Application Process (08/23/17)

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