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On October 12, U.S. Representatives Glenn Thompson (R-PA) and Judy Chu (D-CA) and Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) introduced the Education for Tomorrow’s Jobs Act, which would combine...

The future of the American economy increasingly depends on more students graduating from high school ready for college and a career.

The traditional training options available to high school teachers need to be redesigned to better align teacher education with current high school reform efforts, according to a...

This report highlights efforts in California to redesign the traditional training options available to high school teachers in an effort to align teacher education with high...

Linked Learning seeks to bridge the college-career divide that has long characterized the American education system.

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This week’s digest features several stories on how students are gaining real-world experience and building the necessary skills and competencies to prepare them for success in...

The Alliance for Excellent Education filmed a special edition of Federal Flash that condemns the actions by white supremacists in Charlottesville and urges parents, teachers, and...

This week’s digest highlights the benefits of competency-based learning, personalization, and connecting students to the real world. But looking beyond student learning, how are...

In the past decade, the rate of violent incidents occurring in public schools declined by nearly half, but middle schools and schools that serve mostly students of color still...

Estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic countries, has a population of 1.3 million people, roughly the size of the population of Maine or New Hampshire. Although it is one of the...

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Visit impact.all4ed.org to see how increasing the high school graduation rate to 90 percent would create jobs and boost the economy in your city, state, or for the nation as a whole.
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Of the nearly 100 different types of high school diplomas that are awarded across all fifty states and the District of Columbia, less than half prepare students for success in...

Don’t expect to find students sitting passively in neatly rowed desks at MC2 STEM High School. It’s far more likely to see students cutting plywood with laser cutters or...

Estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic countries, has a population of 1.3 million people, roughly the size of the population of Maine or New Hampshire. Although it is one of the...

In the past decade, the rate of violent incidents occurring in public schools declined by nearly half, but middle schools and schools that serve mostly students of color still...

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Designing Collaborative Spaces Presenters Carolyn Foote, Lead High School Librarian and District Teacher Librarian, Westlake High School, Eanes Independent School...

 Paper Thin? Why All High School Diplomas Are Not Created Equal Panelists Monica Almond, PhD, Senior Associate of Policy Development and Government Relations, Alliance...

Deeper Learning in ESSA Implementation and School Intervention July 19-21, 2017 New Orleans, Louisiana Update on ESSA State Plans: What is in state plans and feedback...

Future Ready Schools® Invites You to a Participate in a Webinar Communications Planning for Innovation in Education: New Guide and District Profiles Panelists Katie...

Hacking Project Based Learning Panelists Ross Cooper, Supervisor of Instructional Practice K–12, Salisbury Township School District (PA) @RossCoops31 Erin Murphy,...

RT @CCDeeperLearn: TOMORROW – don’t miss @All4Ed’s webinar, “Building Competencies for Careers”: https://t.co/XprDSETbNn #CCRS12h
Not all diplomas are created equal. Get a state-by-state analysis of different diploma types:… https://t.co/hVUTStPAx414h
RT @LPI_Learning: Do #students feel safer in ethnically diverse middle schools? New @UCLA research findings: https://t.co/9STEcmQd4P15h
Baltimore uses #trauma research to improve life for poor parents and their children https://t.co/3ixG6svjtv19h
What are the most valuable skills & competencies for 21st century jobs? Tune in on 8/23 to find out:… https://t.co/cePwpv9CbC1d
Resources for parents, teachers, others on how to talk about #Charlottesville w/ students https://t.co/qmVMnAVWrp #CharlottesvilleCurriculum4d
Indiana is working on a plan to make sure every school — not just white, affluent ones — has high-quality teachers https://t.co/SAkda2Xn7M4d
#FederalFlash condemns racism and bigotry & provides resources on how to talk about #Charlottesville with students:… https://t.co/rEWOjetnzf4d
RT @ChalkbeatTN: ‘I didn’t feel like I had anyone to ask for support’: Why it matters to have teachers who look like me https://t.co/OPun8Trnin5d
Understanding how community violence and trauma impact teens https://t.co/IO6Ag9wlqf #CharlottesvilleCurriculum https://t.co/KTZPJssPNr5d
"In every school classroom, that's two or three kids." https://t.co/hC4lWxtSFN @nytimes6d
What are opportunities for #equity in the new federal #education law? Watch this @All4Ed @NAACP video:… https://t.co/cAmpJ9P4Jy6d
Governors call for greater partnership around #workforce development https://t.co/qSS5tMHv8x @EducationDive @NatlGovsAssoc6d
Half of our children are students of color & students from low-income families. These are our students, our workfor… https://t.co/ScPJUuU4Bf6d
What are the most valuable skills & competencies for 21st century jobs? Tune in on 8/23 to find out:… https://t.co/jD8BXlbgx61w
What areas must be addressed for students to experience #deeperlearning in the classroom? https://t.co/gOyfsYfcwV https://t.co/oJ3Q6Zg2h21w
What happens when a regular high school decides no student is a lost cause? https://t.co/hnH2kkftXv @hechingerreport1w
RT @AmericasPromise: What’s Working: The Superior High School Diploma | @All4Ed https://t.co/MICheiPlVN #GradNation1w
RT @Chalkbeat: 5 key anti-racism resources for teachers, courtesy of #CharlottesvilleCurriculum https://t.co/HrnZZGcwzT1w