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T.H.E. News UpdateT.H.E. News Update is a weekly newsletter covering the latest in technology trends, tools, and usage for K-12 instruction and administration. Opinion pieces by leading technology experts and visionaries provide insight on a variety of critical issues. News, announcements, and need-to-know statistics give readers a quick look at timely news and events affecting the education community. Published weekly.

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Public Opinion: Math Is a Must-Have, and Science Is 'Cool' Again (10/08/15)

Report: Teacher-Controlled Video Observations Improve Teacher Assessment Process (10/07/15)

Performance Bonuses for Teachers Can Perk Up Student Outcomes (10/06/15)

Report: Education Use Driving Low-Cost 3D Printer Purchases (10/01/15)

Florida School to Study Best Active Learning Practices (09/30/15)

Laptops, Chromebooks Rule High School; Tablets Preferred in Elementary Grades (09/29/15)

Survey: Late Nights Online Affecting Behavior and Academic Performance, Worrying Parents (09/24/15)

NSTA Unveils 'Enhanced' E-Books for Science Teachers (09/23/15)

Report: Schools Concerned About Cutting E-rate Funding for Phone Service (09/22/15)

New York to Shorten Common Core Assessments Again (09/17/15)

Report: Online Credit Recovery Programs Benefit from Personalized, Blended Learning Approach (09/16/15)

California Reports First Common Core Assessment Scores (09/15/15)

Research: Early School Start Times Hurt Students, Hinder Performance (09/10/15)

Pennsylvania Joins Most of Nation in Getting a Year Pass on School Performance (09/09/15)

Survey: 87 Percent of Parents Are Concerned About Student Data Security (09/08/15)

Google Unveils Collaboration Features for Classroom and Docs (09/03/15)

Survey: Parents on Board with Adaptive Digital Learning (09/02/15)

Teacher Quality, Not Testing, the Best Way to Improve Education (09/01/15)

ACT Sounds Alarm over U.S. Student Test Results (08/27/15)

Research: Iterative Decision-Making Improves Critical Thinking (08/26/15)