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Tweens & Social Media: Online Habits Start Early
The explosion of smartphones and social media apps puts the online world at the fingertips of younger and younger children. Two middle-schoolers tell us how and why they use social media. (June 21, 2017)
Training Teachers to Help Students Spot Fake News
Amid growing concerns that students have difficulty discerning between misleading and reliable news and information, some media literacy groups are ramping up training for teachers and providing strategies and resources. (June 20, 2017)
How to Cultivate Positive School Leadership
Popular author and EdWeek blogger Peter DeWitt talks with Commentary editor Elizabeth Rich about the kind of mindset principals and teachers need to drive positive school leadership. (May 8, 2017)
School Bus Cameras Catch Violators
In Austin, Texas, when the flashing red lights go on and stop signs come out, video cameras start recording and drivers who illegally pass school buses get hefty fines. The number of violations may surprise you! (May 17, 2017)
Hidden Inequities: How Differences in Parents’ Income Play Out in Schools
When it comes to their children’s education, high-income parents tend to interact with schools a little differently than parents at the lower end of the income scale. (April 25, 2017)
How Would Trump's K-12 Spending Plan Affect Schools?
The president's proposed budget includes big cuts in federal spending on public schools.