Friday, April 28, 2017

Several good jobs are posted. Here is the executive director of Smart Start of Mecklenburg County. And our friends at Scalawag are looking for a publisher and editor-in-chief.


  • When It Comes to Schooling, Does the Public Trust Red or Blue?

    EducationNext | 04/28/2017

  • Teacher-Powered Schools Take Root

    Education Week | 04/18/2017

  • Teaching Immigrant Students to Look Forward

    Education Week | 04/26/2017

  • Nation’s only federally funded voucher program has negative effect on student achievement, study finds

    The Washington Post | 04/27/2017

  • One possible solution for the future of career and technical education

    The Hechinger Report | 04/28/2017

  • A Path Out Of Poverty: Career Training + Quality Pre K

    nprEd | 04/28/2017

  • Are smartphones making teens dumb and dumber?

    The Carolina Journal | 04/27/2017

  • Where Are All the Preschoolers?

    The Atlantic | 04/27/2017

  • Building an Education Marketplace: States face high stakes to avoid the perils and deliver the promise of education savings accounts for school choice

    US News & World Report | 04/25/2017

  • Does more rigorous middle school math coursework change students’ college readiness?

    Brookings | 04/27/2017


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