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Best Evidence Encyclopedia

The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE) is intended to give educators and researchers fair and useful information about the strength of the evidence supporting a variety of programs available for students in grades K-12. It provides summaries of scientific reviews produced by different authors and organizations, as well as links to the full texts of each…  learn more

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Center for School Turnaround & Improvement

Sponsored by WestED, CSTI provides a range of school improvement resources, and connects users with specialists and other educators to share school turnaround research and promising practices. Their Library and Insights sections are especially recommended.  learn more

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Changing Schools - MCREL

McREL works with schools, school systems, governmental agencies, and others to improve education. They have a number of free resources on their website, including White Papers, a Blog and Success Stories.  learn more

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Echo360

Engage every learner, anywhere with the most comprehensive solution for video recording and streaming, video content management, audience engagement, content creation, and assessments.  learn more

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EdSource

EdSource contains resources and links about every topic which school administrators must tackle today--from teacher quality to school finance. EdSource is a non-profit consultancy devoted to California education. Really useful data and articulation of the key issues can be found here. Remember you will need to drill down 2-3 levels into a space for details…  learn more

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Education Commission of the States: Teaching Profession

Research shows teachers are the most influential in-school factor in student achievement. Creating opportunities for strong teacher preparation, meaningful licensure, quality and supportive working environments, career growth and other items that lead to job satisfaction among teachers is paramount to the success of teachers and in turn, students. Though many of the decisions impacting teachers…  learn more

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Education Northwest Blog

Education Northwest conducts nearly 200 projects annually, working with schools, districts, and communities across the country on comprehensive, research-based solutions to the challenges they face. Their blog discusses ideas and innovations in education from a Northwest perspective.  learn more

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Education Week

Education Week is available online. You can explore particular issues and search the archives. In an early September issue a calendar of key conferences nationwide is published by subject and sponsors. It will help your staff allocate their professional development funds wisely.  learn more

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Education Week: Assessment

Standardized testing. Formative assessment. Competency-based learning. Report cards. Explore EdWeek’s full coverage of student testing  learn more

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ERIC - Education Resources Information Center

ERIC, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences (IES), provides free access to more than 1.2 million bibliographic records of journal articles and other education-related materials and, if available, includes links to the full text. ERIC has amassed a huge collection of instruments, research papers, and field studies in the area…  learn more

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eSchool News: Top Stories

eSchool News identifies grants -- billions of dollars according to one estimate -- for school funding and education technology.  EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTERS  learn more

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From Now On

From Now On publishes an educational technology journal with topics, such as "After technology - What then?" looking at how the introduction of technology does not help without professional development.  learn more

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In the School-to-Work Transition, Can We Teach a Growth Mindset and Grit to Help Youth Succeed ?

This article by the World Bank asks how can we best help children and youth succeed in life? This question is a top concern among parents, educators and policymakers all over the world. Growing attention has focused on the key role of socio-emotional skills, such as grit (perseverance) and motivation to overcome obstacles and failures,…  learn more

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Internet for All

A Whole-Of-Nation Approach To High-Speed Internet States and territories across the nation have Signed On to the Internet For All Initiative and committed to connecting their communities to reliable high-speed internet for less through the Broadband Equity Access and Deployment and State Digital Equity Planning Grant Programs. These programs will provide more than $48 billion…  learn more

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K-12 Education News

K-12 Dive provides in-depth journalism and insight into the most impactful news and trends shaping K-12 education. The newsletters and website cover topics such as leadership, school models, technology, curriculum, professional development and more. K-12 Dive is a leading publication operated by Industry Dive. Our business journalists spark ideas and shape agendas for 10+ million…  learn more

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Learning First Alliance

The Learning First Alliance, sponsored by almost all of the major volunteer and professional organizations in education, is dedicated to improving student learning in America's public schools. They share examples of success, encourage collaboration, and work toward the continual and long-term improvement of public education based on solid research.  learn more

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National Center for Education Statistics

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education.  learn more

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National Today

Nothing beats a day of celebration—except 365 of them. At National Today, our goal is to gather all the special holidays and moments from around the world — the occasions that bring people together — and help everyone celebrate with special events, helpful tips, discounts, deals, and plenty of fun. What kind of days do…  learn more

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NewsWeek: Education Expert: A Love to 'Read by Three' Is the Answer to Success

A reading crisis has been building for decades, with every new round of test results and surveys shedding greater light on the reality that many children struggle to read. BETHLAM FORSA ,  7/25/22   learn more

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RAND - School Administration

The RAND Corporation has a number of articles and exemplars on all areas of school administration. Here's a list of their latest publications.  learn more

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Regional Educational Laboratories

Regional Educational Laboratories (RELs) work in partnership with school districts, state departments of education, and others to use data and research to improve academic outcomes for students. Fundamentally, the mission of the RELs is to provide support for a more evidence-reliant education system. Their blog details recent results and news.  learn more

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SmartBrief Education News

SmartBrief highlights articles of interest to educators from across the Internet. View the latest articles on-line or subscribe to their newsletter.  learn more

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Students can get to class without bells, but schools need to adapt

From phones and apps, to microwaves and doorbells, there are all kinds of chimes and alarms that tell people where to put their attention. On campus, the sound that directs students is the school bell, which can be heard twice a day or sometimes as much as twice an hour. Nimah Gobir Aug 2, 2022  learn more

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TeAch-nology

TeAch-nology is a portal that organizes topics into 32 categories, such as ability grouping, burnout, rural education, bullying, facilities and so on.  learn more

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Teacher Policy Research

Teacher Policy Research (TPR) is a research partnership between the University of Virginia, Stanford University and the University at Albany to develop policies that will attract and retain high-quality teachers and leaders, especially in low-performing schools.  learn more

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The Edvocate

The Edvocate was created in 2014 to argue for shifts in education policy and organization in order to enhance the quality of education and the opportunities for learning afforded to P-20 students in America. What we envisage may not be the most straightforward or the most conventional ideas. We call for a relatively radical and…  learn more

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The State of the Digital Divide

Despite progress closing the digital divide, millions of students remain on the wrong side of it. Advocates say the solution is more funding that includes digital knowledge education.  learn more

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WestEd Technology Consortium Planning Guide

Constantly updated, WestEd indexes a wide variety of papers and articles related to education technology.  learn more