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Reinventing higher education: in pursuit of the right blend

Bold Blog - July 13, 2018 4978

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Why Hasn’t the Academy Taken Back Control of Publishing Already?

The Scholarly Kitchen - July 16, 2018 4975

Perhaps the academy has not taken control of scholarly publishing because it doesn’t want to.


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Digital is default

Learning with e's - July 12, 2018 4753

How social studies can help young kids make sense of the world

Hechinger Report - July 11, 2018 4743

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — One of the longtime goals of public education is to produce young people capable of participating in the democratic process. Experts say that requires regular and high-quality social studies lessons, starting in kindergarten, to teach kids to be critical thinkers and communicators who know how to take meaningful action. Yet, as teachers […]


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Helping even middle-of-the-pack students see themselves as leaders

Hechinger Report - July 11, 2018 4743

Editor’s note: This story led off this week’s Future of Learning newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every Tuesday with trends and top stories about education innovation. Subscribe today! The February 14 school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, gave new life to student activism, prompting a level of […]


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OPINION: Choosing a career is no game for today’s students

Hechinger Report - July 11, 2018 4743

Popularized by “The Price is Right” television show, the often-infuriating game of Plinko presents a metaphor for life’s unexpected twists and turns. You know the drill: The contestant drops a six-inch disk down the side of a flat Plinko board. The disk bounces off of a dozen or so pegs on its way down the […]


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Sometimes reality is better than pretending

Bold Blog - July 09, 2018 4737

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Autonomous Vehicles

Berkmain Klein - July 11, 2018 4728