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(1) Cross-Sector Innovation Labs Create cross-sector Innovation Labs that bring together key stakeholders and innovators
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There’s a lot of banter about the substance and character of the 105th Congress. Perhaps because it’s led by one party, and
Grades never really have been a sufficient metric for measuring intelligence or predicting success.
It’s enlightening to watch what issues surface when the subject of the faculty arises. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, whose
By: Andrew Sutherland About Andrew Sutherland Andrew Sutherland is the founder and CTO of Quizlet, the user-powered learning
In ten years this will be more more streamlined. A learner of any age should be able to direct their learning to specific
Schools are so strapped for resources that they're often obliged to take a one-size-fits-all approach to learning rather
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Curio No. 1204 | Why we vote on Tuesdays Thank god: the 2016 US Presidential Election is finally here. Have you ever wondered
In 2017, our goal is to continue reaching as many students as we can. By bringing English education to more people, 51Talk
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For parents, PowerMyLearning provides a window into what their kids are up to at school. Lisnell Rivera, a parent from The
Last week's Curios covered yawn duration, passing kidney stones at amusement parks, and Singapore's ban on chewing gum. PLUS