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2019-01-23 14:44
Colleges are using digital “nudges” — texted or e-mailed reminders — to keep students on track, reports Natalie Schwartz on Education Dive. It costs very little to re… Read More
2019-01-22 17:28
Why do so few American kids read well?, a teacher asks literacy researcher Timothy Shanahan. Only 37 percent of 4th graders are proficient readers, according to the 2017 National Assessment… Read More
2019-01-22 15:02
Everyone’s pushing STEM education, writes Natalie Wexler on Forbes. But math and science won’t do young people much good if they don’t understand history, civics and geogra… Read More
Beware ‘opinion Creep’
2019-01-19 15:45
The Internet has made people increasingly confident in their ignorance, writes Barry Brownstein in Intellectual Takeout. Jim Ferrell of the Arbinger Institute warns of “opinion creep… Read More
2019-01-18 14:43
Mark Bauerlein warns of a proposed college-admissions test called Imbellus that aspires to assess “what you think, not what you know.” (The name seems to combine “imbecile… Read More
$30K In Debt For A BA, But No Job Skills
2019-01-17 14:52
Clueless about careers, Rachel Van Dyks earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Rutgers in four years, amassing $30,000 in debt. Now she’s scooping ice cream and waiting tab… Read More
Online College Is Cheap, But Few Complete
2019-01-16 17:45
Thousands of students have enrolled in low-cost online college courses targeted at first-year students, writes Kelly Field in Education Next. But, as with earlier models of Massive Open Onli… Read More

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