September 2013 Archives

Higher education has never been more expensive or seemingly less demanding, the magazine says in a special college report.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has been examining inaccuracies and other flaws in test questions that hold high stakes for the U.S. education system.

The Bravo cooking competition show honors four Los Angeles teachers with an inspiring dinner.

Politico, the Washington-based political news organization, rolls out a service aiming to delve deep into education policy coverage, at a premium price.

The Sunday magazine's "education issue" looks at Amplify's tablet computers for schools, among other stories, while the paper holds its "Schools for Tomorrow" conference this week.

A new documentary looks some of the lessons learned from a parent-trigger campaign in Compton, Calif.

The LA School Report is entering its second year, with a new editor and a commitment to covering the nation's second-largest school district.

The novelist Nicholson Baker argues that the course should not be forced on mathematics-hating students or required for college.

The hyperlocal news sites owned by AOL Inc., which feature coverage of community schools, face closings and layoffs in a push for profitability.

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and a key White House domestic-policy adviser each took swipes Wednesday at the annual U.S. News & World Report college rankings.

The latest film by Davis Guggenheim, of "Waiting for 'Superman'" fame, leaves policy debates aside and focuses on the hard work between teachers and students.

Education Week starts a new blog examining how old and new media outlets are covering schools, as well as looking at how education is depicted in popular culture.


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