High Quality Preschool Gives Military Families Peace of Mind
Military families enjoy some of the best—and most inexpensive—child care in the country. What can others in the early education space learn from military preschools? Correspondent Kavitha Cardoza reports from Camp Lejeune in N.C. (March 7, 2017)
Personalized Learning in Practice: How a Risk-Taker Tailored Learning in Her District
Patricia Deklotz, the superintendent in Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine school district, oversees a culture of personalized learning for students and educators. (February 22, 2017)
What Is Formative Assessment?
Meghan Pazmino, a math coach at Ross Elementary School in Washington, helps clear up some confusion about what formative assessment is—and how it differs from other types of assessments used in classrooms across the country. (February 17, 2017)
Writing an Essay is Like Making a Hamburger
Fourth grader Briana Sotomayor from Jackson County, W.V., explains how writing an essay is just like making a hamburger.
A Little Preschool in the Woods
The Audubon Nature Preschool in Chevy Chase, Md., is among a growing number of preschools across the country where children spend all or most of their days outdoors. (January 19, 2017)
Fostering a Love of Reading - Meet a 2017 Leader to Learn From
César Morales, the superintendent in California's Oxnard Elementary district, has leveraged a 1-to1 tablet program for a massive bilingual-literacy effort that is developing a love of reading for students and families. (January 5, 2017)
Career and Technical Education That Helps Students Succeed - Meet a 2017 Leader to Learn From
Clyde McBride, director of career and technical education in Kayenta, Ariz., runs a powerhouse pre-veterinary-sciences program that propels Navajo students to college and prepares them for jobs. (January 6, 2017)
What the International Test Gap Looks Like in the Classroom
Correspondent Kavitha Cardoza asks students from other countries attending U.S. schools to compare the academic rigor and balance of school activities. (December 13, 2016)
Leaders To Learn From 2017: A Sneak Peek
Education Week is proud to announce the first three exceptional educators it has selected for its 2017 class of Leaders To Learn From. Meet the full slate in February. (December 6, 2016)
Using America's National Parks as Classrooms
America's national parks have been called the country's "largest classroom," in part because they provide millions of hours in free educational programming every year. (November 22, 2016)
Personalized Learning at Work: “What I Need” Sessions
Every Monday at Luella Middle School, students like Hailey Miller head to “What I Need” sessions, where they receive extra support in different academic subjects, based on their own preferences.
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