ESSA will only deliver on the opportunities it seeks to create if people making decisions in states, systems, and schools understand what's possible and make the changes work for them and their students.

If Trump were to win the Republican nomination, what might it mean? Here are five thoughts.

As we implement new technologies to improve our schools, we need to be courageous, open to transformation, and committed to providing our students with a future-ready education.

Students care about the 2016 election, and technology platforms can help teachers harness that passion to drive their learning.

Schools and educators have failed to unleash the full power of technology and more often than not, it's a lack of quality professional development to blame. Here are seven ways educators can jump-start their professional learning program to get more teachers effectively using technology.

Transitioning to a type of ongoing, digital conversation between parents and teachers requires some work on the front end, but the payoff is great.

The word "accountability" has taken on a very narrow meaning in education policy, and, unfortunately, this meaning misses most of what happens in schools.

Though Alexander Hoffman is a fan of the Common Core, he is less than thrilled over its implementation.

Should we be surprised that people in D.C. are at risk for overreaching? Alexander Hoffman discusses.

Different education policy actors have different points of view and perspectives. This is especially true for the fundamental divide between policy-makers and families.

The opinions expressed in Rick Hess Straight Up are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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